The Osage Journal. (Pawhuska, Osage Nation, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 20, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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The OSAGE JOURNl
_POR PAWHUSKA, OSAGE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA AND RESIDENTS THEREOF
__ PAWHUSKA, OSAGE NATION, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 I906
BUILDING ERA OPENS.
Many Delays and Obstacles
Overcome and a General
Era of Building is
MANY CONTRACTS SIGNED UP.
The past few days have
brought to focus many arrange
ments and partial arrangements
for building a number of houses,
both business and residence.
It has been talked all summer
that the early fall months would
witness the opening of a general
era of building in the city, and
many were becoming anxious as
to the results of the matter, but
the letting of a number of con-
tracts and the work actually
started upon several buildings
has relieved that anxiety.
Within the past week the con-
tract has been let for the Burr-
Large building 25x100 feet, two
stories, adjoining the Hirt Stew
art building on the east, and the
excavation and foundation work
is now well under way. Messrs.
Evans & Carter have the con-
Duncan Bros, were Monday
awarded the contract for the
Wimberly-Stroud block on Ki-
he-kah avenue, which is to be
60x80 feet, two stories, and work
will be commenced immediately
upon the clearing of the ground
and pushed to an early comple-
will be contracted this week and
work commenced at an early
date. The prospects are that
fashioned building boom this fall ^ Sa on 27th
and winter._ Inst, at ii:3o a. m.
Indicates Sentiment’s Trend.
-- ITINERARY GIVEN OUT BY DEM-
William Jennings Bryan gave! OCRATIC HEADQUARTERS,
out a statement a few days ago
announcing that as soon as he
returned from his southron trip J Chairman Dmm.ofthedemo-
he would enter the campaign in cratic central committee, has
Nebraska and several other states given out Hl0 Bryan itinerary in
Mr. Bryan said he felt deeply m- the new state. It is as follows:
terested in the result in Nebras-
THE DATE ANNOUNCED. ! Wynona Democrats Meet. SEEMS A CERTAINTY^
A representative of this paper. ____
in company with Judge Allen,
Judge Hardin Ebey and .J. N. Expected Road Becomes
ka and praised the ability of the kogee and Vinita.
gentlemen on the fusion ticket. September 27, Claremore.Chel-
w? j'10 candidacy of soa and Tulsa. Pawnee, Perry,
Ashton C Shallenberger, fusion Guthrie and Oklahoma City. '
nom,,,^ forgoreri,0,;, Mr. Bryan September 28, El Reno, Geary,
oMheri i'S r y r“ /aT Alva, Phillips, Enid and Black-
ot the ligul enforcement of rail- wep
relation and thetwo-cent The distinguished Nebraskan
passengei fare, but he advocated j will arrive in TulsS at 11:30
raL?rh7enl ,°,W"erShlp ot o’clock and will remain there un-
radroads before I did.” I til 2o’clock. Special trains will
Coulter, drove down to Wynona
Saturday evening to attend a
meeting of the democratic club.
Wynona democrats are among
the best organized on the resorva
lion, and the club is doing good
work. There was a good attend
ance at the meeting and every-
body gave evidence that the
questions how so prominently
before the public were being con-
Active and Will Build.
Mr, Bryan continued: “The
election in Nebraska is not only
important because of its bearing
September 2G, McAlester, Mus- sidered carefully and earnestly
*’“1 Vfnif“ The visitors present made short
talks and the meeting proved one
of interest to all.
Wynona is a beautifully lo-
cated little place, and the people
are among the best and most
progressive in the county. They
have just recently finished an ad-
dition of twenty-two feet to their
school house and are conducting
a subscription school.
FINANCES ARRANGED FOR.
be run on all railroads entering
Tulsa, and it is expected that
thousands will catch a glimpse, of
; ? 1 , thc man distinguished beyond
influence upon the next national the attaine(,, ythel.
campaign The vote this year living American.
tTe Gend ofas U- m<liC!ti0n °! j An effort will be made to se-
the trend of public sentiment. cme a special train over the Mid-
We are entering upon a great land yj, leavi here in the
hgh for the extermination of morning ^ retl^i in the
the trusts and for the protec ion evening to accommo(late those
of the public from exploitation | here who are anJions to hear this
The I the railroads, great champion of the common
1 ho Republican party has shown ,_)e0p]e
its inability to deal effectively ' ---
with these and kindred subjects. | A Good Showing.
Wherever the president has at
A New Drug Store.
E. L. Hayes, a brother-in-law
of J. L. Johnson, has leased the
postofiice building and will open
a drug and pharmacy store. Mr.
Hayes comes from Blackwell,
where he has one of the neatest
stocks in Oklahoma.
Don’t Like It.
JIJt tempteu to do anything he has The three banks of this city
The contract has also been lei i cn*'-'Yplle| *° ^°^(nv ^le | published their reports last week
rfhn Hall-EInvd hnflflW
house and senate have not sup- [a of $208,691.20. Consider-
ported him. The republican sen- (in^ ^ie ^me ^ear anc* ^ie
ate emasculated his rate bill and ®norraous drain made upon the
for the Hall-Floyd building at
the angle formed by the junction
of Grand View and Ki-he-kah
with Main street. This building
will have a frontage of 91 feet on
Ki-he-kah and 41 on Main. It
will be built of brick two stories
high. Work will be commenced
at once to remove the frame
structures and the new building
hurried to completion. This will
extend from the corner to the
Morris meat market on Ki-he-
a republican congress opposed his
meat inspection bill.
“The best way to stand by the
president is to elect democrats to
congress and the senate, for the
democrats have stood by him
better than the republicans on
the most important questions.”
Dave Mooj;e was down from
A number of other buildings the Caney district the first of the
for which plans have been made
finances of the town during the
last few mouths in payment for
town lots this is an extraordi-
nary showing and is equalled by
few towns of twice or three times
the population of Pawhuska. Nb
other guage so fairly represents
the business conditions of a town
Pawhuska banks are institu-
tions meriting the utmost confi-
Arrangements are being made
to nominate candidates for dele-
gates to the constitutional con-
vention and all citizens should
interest themselves in securing
the very best men within the
party. But under the present plan
of nominating candidates such
results will be hard to attain, es-
pecially in Osage county where
many people live in remote parts,
a days drive to Pawhuska, who
can not and will not spend the
time to attend the convention.
In this case thc people will not
be represented and a couple of
machine candidates will be forced
upon them. We claim a better
way would have been to have
waited until commissioner Dial
had announced his voting pre-
cincts and then sent qualified
delegates instructed or unin-
structed to a delegate convention.
However the people have a vote
coming and in that they hold
the key to the solution.—Osage
W hat is commonly known
hero as the Porter railroad has
taken on an activity that guar-
antees the early completion ef
the road. It seems, as lias been
heretofore reported, that Senator
orler has succeeded in making
arrangements to finance the
I bing and J. E. Gillispie a repre-
sentative of the New York peo-
ple was here Monday to ascer
tam what Pawhuska would do in
the way of assisting it to
build. A meeting was called for
the evening and Mr. Gillespie ex-
plained about what they expected
from the town.
Messrs. J. W. McNeal and W.
A, Humphreys, of Guthrie, were
present and both talked a few
minutes upon the benefits to be
derived by securing the road. In
fact they were boro to confer
with Mr. Gillespie us to securing
the road for their town. Mr. Mc-
Neal stated that Guthrie had dur-
ing the last few years gone into
her pockets for $300,000 to secure
new railroads, and that they did
not consider they had lost any
It was the sentiment of the
meeting, and has been the senti-
ment of many of our people for
some time that Pawhuska must
have this road or some other one
covering about the same route,
and the first one ready to do busi-
ness is the one she wants.
Dale Lytton and C. M. Mc-
Graw, of Stillwater, were here
also to confer with Mr. Gillespie.
Their town wants to secure this
ine and are actively endeavoring
;o land it.
A motion prevailed that, the old
committee having this matter in
charge he retained, and that T.
H. McLaughlin, A. S. Sands, C.
N. Prudom and H. Norrick be
added to the committee. This
committee will ascertain what
the property holders of the city
will do by w^ay of donation.
YOUR FALL SUIT.
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What kinds of Syles, Color or Fabric.
What price to pay! And where to get it!
We have anticipated your wants and have in our store, a goodly assortment of
the leading styles in Fall Suits. Prices Rang From
$5.00 to $25.00.
A long range.a Big Assortment. Besides we have a complete line ofGentf Furn-
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OUTFITTERS OF MANKIND.
DAVID ADUR* SONS
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