The Osage Journal. (Pawhuska, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 21, 1907 Page: 4 of 8
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Arrangements hjivc been (imi
(HE OSAGE JOURNAL 11,11(1 '^h811
_____ ' " ■ ■•'.■■ fairs will, when properly iiinlor *
^KX]' raise such a storm of pro ’ „ ................_......
ftwWato.OktohMiwmiliar lh*«(t of Conrraaa test as Will Wjuiro till' adlllillis pletnl f.O (’011.(1 U(?t Jill auction sjile
tration to set up and take notice, of stock in this city at the close
Added to all the things the ro-J of .each quarterly payment,
publicans aiv divided among These sjiles are arranged for
| themselves. The progressive the benefit of farmers in the sur-
wing wants to reform the earth rounding country who either
all the reform inheritance taxes j have stock to sell or want to buv
to stalling. While the stand j They are to lie conducted strictly
patters hold on to the evils that on a commission basis.
IV an inure mevtc if c«iig to oiwrup- They will beheld at the Hass
All NOD Nib Mfcl'l Is. tion at heart. With all these Livery anil Kiwi harn on north
_____________ .. .. _____ things in our favor, if we cannot Kibekah.
ah nuik-M.tvii.n>«ui..ier nib hMii.Buei >.• Jliak,‘ ^,vat headway we had A regular stock sale conducted
'•omittnM by a ten aput man evlileme of go-nl IH?ttel* close Up sllOpJUld quit , Jit Stilted intervals WOl’ks a great
—---— There is a good time coming, I benefit to a town. Those want-
l»oys. all we have to do is to saw ing to buy as well jus those hav-
ing to sell look forward to the
PUBLISHKD EVERY THURSDAY.
By The Osage Publishing Co.
Official Paper of (he City of Pawhuska.
SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER YEAR.
The constitutional convention! Lawyers^ , :
taking another whirl at the BOONE, PALMER & MA noNALJ
We ate euthorl/eil to tnnoiinee I Let \V. N,
of Okeu. will Ik- a ceintUUle tor tbt wOin]
flee of county ebertff. <‘ub)ect to the wilt of the __
(cno.crwtlc perijr of the o<«*ire County) r<~wtrve- .,
t ion. Even the
little country papers
aiv printing pictures of Evelyn
.Msrvs;»X9sbit T|ia»; they
i >i« action of the I't miH i*i! t'»rty.
THUS. LV AH Y Jr..
I bore by annoi. noe myself as a cemlldate for
rawsurerof o*afe county, subject t • the action
f tLe Democrwtlc contention or prln.aiy.
P. II HARRIS.
W* arc autboiUml lo announoc tbat.'M l«.Tuni-
r of Oklahoma cliy w ill l»e a camlblaic f«»r l 8,
tutor »Ub)tH 1 to I be wishes of I be itt-lliOciat lc
are the very latest procured and
they are all alike.
The school lands of Oklahoma
may be sold. The convention
has put the matter up to the leg-
islature of the state. The con-
stitution provides how the pro
eeeds of the sale shall be invest
ed and places sufficient safe
guard around the funds to pro-
«« • i in I V ■ I 11| ' lv»
X Lrr«t> aunouiKW myself a* it c-aruihlatr 1 or » •• -* * . , . lr
btrtff of OMgfooumy sublet to the action of 0101! t Heir dwindling
• be ilwnix^ratic (wrlv InVIthcr drlt>*rati’ e--nvr.ii
sjiles and noon get, into the habi
of attending them.
1 lie sales will be conducted by
W. (i. Bass which is sufficient
guarantee that they will be on
t lie square. A mplearrangenients
will be made to care for all stock
brought in for listing. Stock
should l>e listen in sufficient time
for advertising at least one week
prior to sale.
•U-n «>r primary rMikin
Delegate McGuire has sent
word to the eonstitutioiuil con-
vention that theiv is no hope of
m uring an additional appropria-
tion to defray expenses of tlu
convention. It is undoubtedly
tine that the additional appro-
The coming canipaign in (>kla
loina must In* one of issue. No
mrty. however strong its issues,
an win without good men at tlie
Jieail, hut brilliant leaders with 1 .
weak issues will fall short of1 !,nafc,on 11,1,1 l*‘ fort,‘ coining
The democratic j»artv l,nmec,,aU*i>' if t,le constitution
ma is fortunate for the mUet] republican leaders.
J. H, Stroud has commenced
clearing the ground for another
brick building. The site of the
old (,’apital office is being cleaned
up and work will soon commence
on a handsome t wo story brick.
Mr. Stroud will build something
on the order of bis former build-
ing. 1 he new one l*eing only 25
feet front, however.
‘Jim Crow* ordinance in the con
stitution today. What the re-
sult will !>e is yet undetermined.
Them is proliably very few white
jieople in either territory but who
desire to see this provision plac
ed in the constitution, providing
its adoption will in no manner
ndanger the statehood bill in t he
bands of the President. On the
other hand the fear that it wil
l>e sufficient to cause Mr. Roose-
velt to reject the constitution as
a whole has been so great that
it has prompted a number of
committees to petition the dele
gates to let this matter lay over
for action by the first, legislature
which in the main seems the
proper thing to do under circum-
ATTORNEYS,* UOUNSKLp JS AT U <’
Office over First Natioi il Bank.
PAWHUSKA, - OKI. ..
T. J. LKAUV.
E. P. BOO r
n Oklahoma is fortunate for the ____________
.ssues that they championed. A By a vote of 42 to is
year ago we weut before the peo-, Smoot of Utah retains
The early spring will witness
the commencement of many sub
slantial residences. The vacant
lots on the hill, jis well as those
in the valley, are l»eing enclosed
rapidly preparing for improve
ment as s<>«»n as spring weather
is settled. The houses contem-
plated, as well as those under
contract, aiv of more substantial
character than many that have
heretofore Ixvn built.
At tho Woodring.
T he All Star Stock company
arc at, the Woodring this week,
and are putting on a series of
good plays. They have attract-
ed fair crowds so far this week
find their plays have satisfied all.
Tonight they put on “TheDia
mond Thief’* and tomorrow
night “A Western Romance.”
This is tho strongest, of the entire
LEAJIY iN SCI.TT,
pawhuska, : : : < klahom
r<imisi-loi:» ai |,a\v. in II ll,e C(,urt
0. T. BENNEVL
LAW, I/) A NS AND JNS .It ANCK.
’rHONK 221!. ROOM it*.
Hall —Eloyd Buii* ing.
E. W. KINO,
ATTORNEY &OOUNSKLOI AT LAV
PAWHUSKA, . : : ( KLAJtO.M, .
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JOSEPH I). MITCHELL,
ATTORNEY A COUNSEL* >•
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pie declaring in favor of the ini- jn the United States senate An
native and referendum, and the investigation has l»een dragging
constitution will eml>ody that along for nearly four years in
provision. \\ e declared in favor his cast-and much of the inner
>f seperote sch,»ls and the Jim workings of the Mormon church
Crow hw and the constitution: have come to light thereby The
wdl embo.lv these provisions de investigation has boon against
spite the big stick. We have fol the practices and teachings of
owed mir pledges to prevent the church rather than against
hild laU.r in factories. The poo Sm.iot jjersonallv. He is, so far
pie will have a railroad o.mims- as the evidence gathered shows
awn elected by the people. All a model man and a Christian geu-
iureigu corporations ccmiing into tlenian.
; be state, will lie regulated but -
, rotected. The BUI of Rights is 1 homas Jefferson never sjn.ke I under. The returns of the eler
Election Dates Fixed.
i h.1 report of the committee on
privileges and elections provides
for the calling of an election on
August <*». 1907 for the ratifica-
tion or rejection of the constitu-
tion and all officers created here-
r.KON K. RoHKHTS.
ROBERTS & SCV LES,
Office in rear of Citizens Na;ional Banif.
PAWHUSKA. : OKL, .
C. KENNY TEMPLLTON,
ATTORNEY AND C0UN3ELC a AT LAV .
(Associated with Leahy z Scott.)
Offices over First National Bank, Pav -
General practice in State : nd Feder. 1
Courts. Specialties:—I a mage ,
personal injuries, corp. ration ar i
criminal law, commerci it law ar i
collections. Phone 16.
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DR. J. A. SPECK,
PHYSICIAN AND SUL 3EON.
Office over Bon Ton Ba ry.
PAWHUSKA, : : OKL, .
W. H. AARO \\
PHYSICIAN AND SIT (JEON.
’Phone No. 9j .
PAWHUSKA. • : : C KLAHOM - .
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One week commencing
February 18, ’0L
"7’g r ,hat °f S,a,r:; a lruw «“•> «««'!«■ art Of j tion for
t‘Ve,> amiipwemnnw insists in l^-ing j stitution will be made to the sec-
,rov*l ofJ|hTaWa| ?rtr ^ lf ?ne K‘ves a l'W‘e retan- of Oklahoma and be can
T™ °f. lJ!" ,,n thought to til." subject h„ will: vasse.u.1 the manner provided
Jther hao, what »a- the situa- ]n,,t be surprised to discover that in the enabling- act.
ion in Oklahoma a year agor; nearly all failures in government Ballots cast in votinc for or
ra", ^ ,,raC8d ,ltshone*‘-v of aKainst the constitution and on
lot th .HiKhout the length and j one kind or another. Either the matters submitted as separate
•read h „ the temtory. Not politicians in "laliuring for the ordinances shall Ik- depeisiLi in
-tie ^pul,Iran in high places ieople are not honest with their i a serrate ballot box seDerate
.rusted his brether euher on his j constituency,or they have sought from anv other ballot tox used
.ght hand or on his left. Not their personal profit through actsi at the election. The election for
me department of government over which they have no control, state, countv and municipal of-
M, Prenre "’e Kcnera,Kn«l «f jficeis including membets of the
'nmmrre ' rn the ,ie«pIe.-State Capital. legislature five representatives to
t>mim, rc. enmnss,,,,, says that --- congress will be under the direc-
-wudirT' 'f ,'kaholna l,av'' The convention at Guthrie will tion and control of the supreme
•aid higliei freight rat,- ami got probably adjourn in a few .lavs election boa id of the state of Ok
1WHW service than any state of Their labors are nearly com- lahoma.
,'nblic.ir1' 1 "Sr IS| frn,n a plete<’ Evel v oohnance adopbd This lioaid shall consist of five I
publican in one of the most re has merit. When tile constitu- j members, not more than three *5
-ponsthle places in the l .8. This tion is finally put l-efore the (leo- whom shall la- of the .same poli 1
,-le with all iUs provisions it will tical partv and thepe^sd^g-
io„o, ,l ,f s,,,cl®"ltu cnu he found favoring no class of j>eo- nated hv the report as membere
lemn til, m to_ perpetual retire- pie on amuint of wealth ormeu- of said board are D \l Kohl, of
nent L pen tins change of af- pation. -Every tub must stand Atoka Dvke Ballinger of Ana
»rt r ‘“c 'he vP °n lts own has been the darko. Ivoth membere of the re-
^ of d! giwl atims. Na motto of the majority, and the publican partv and John M o re- c ...
Ifd^hld .de"10cra,'cl art.v has man behind the plow has been Youngof Lwton. J. E Wyands 8 SpCCialtlCS 8
eldonil,adMteropponnml.es. considered and his interests of Mutkogee and Joseph flT
‘ "f "'a ‘9?,eSpr*9^ll,*hem lo.ike.1 after just the same as the Olelland of Pond C reek, all dem-1
1 rim * To""1 “f1 T ln‘ *rea* «*> baron or the railroad oerats. No memlier of the com i
nneddbng of the national gov-; magnate. Particular attention mittee is dMgnated as chairman
' eD 1.n.. tVa^ aff-urs. Enii- lias Iwn given to provisions but the iv|K>rt s current that J
iient i^*ublicaris like bfiooiier, which regulate raili\ia«ls and M. Young has l»een d^ideil on!
^im^^ullom and ^ Fed otJier adjurations doing business for that j wit ion. He is chief
PiUAUcallv 1.1 line for the public. When file ron clerk of the convention
Aith the democratic polh'y of stitution i*. adopted and state-
.arift reform, and these fellt»w^ hom] finally »let*lared. rtie -ysteni
lever move until they tliat «*t iegaJixetl rohl»ei v. which has
they are id line with impular sen U-t-n in vogue in Oklahoma for
iiueuL I‘res idem Roosevelt's tin* la-f seveutt^n veais will
.iew dextrine of the national gov- foine to an end.
Office over First Nationa! Hank,
PAWHUSKA, : : ; c KLAHOM.'.
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Meets every Monday nifht at eig t
o clock in the Stone Mason ; hall ne; r
Ice Plant. Members of c her Unioi 3
welcome at any time.
Sam Palmer, ’resident.
tfiriric IT trie tear IT IT* *r rinc:1
All Star Stock Co.
l p to-Date Comedies and
RUBLE, RANG] J, COI-
ING. FLAGGING and a l
other kinds desired at m '
quarry one and on -quartf r
miles north of Paw luska.
Give me your ord* r and t
will be delivered to any pai t
of Town. J. F. HILL,
ira* r mr ir r ir k ir irnr»
I he supreme election luard
will appoint a county elation
Usird in ea< h county, com^moed
• ■f thre»- mem -el's, whose dutv it
will !*e t- i have •‘hargeof the elec
ti"U in such coiuitv.
“What a Woman
Prices, 25, 35 and 50 cents.
>t*ats i»n sate at the
Drug and Jewelry Co.
S. T. Anderson. Alik laihews.
DO YOU RE AD?
If you do you shouK stop
at our store and loo! over
our .•* jt
Books and Mas tzines
We carry all the best
Magazines and Ne spa-
!**rs. .a j»
Novelties and Indiat Curios
See our tine of Post 'anls
We carry a tine tine of :
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Anderson & M. thews.
(Hewitt’s old Su d.)
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The Osage Journal. (Pawhuska, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 21, 1907, newspaper, February 21, 1907; Pawhuska, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1172248/m1/4/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.