The Foraker Tribune. (Foraker, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, April 15, 1910 Page: 4 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
The Foraker Tribune.
W. n^TON, M?oT InTpYblWier.
luitereri as seuond-clus mstter Mar ft ipoe at
He pontofflo® at Foraker, Okla., ucdir .the .aot' of
il>ii*ress of March a, 1S7#.
Qn«jr«ar__ I1.0Q 81* montha___J0e
fhro« month* 26 Blngla eoj>lf®-— 6c
^ - - ,-u-u-u-ul (°Aan ™ ADVAMOl)
. Display advertising. 50 routs an Inch per
month. Slnirle issue 15 cents per Inch. Liberal
discount on larse ads and lone time contracts.
Locals. 5 cents per line each Issue. Boldface
type K) cents per line. Not ice of church socials
obituaries and resolutions. 5 cents per line.
Cards of thanks 50 cents.Notioes In Peoples Col-
umn. three lines, three times, 25 cents, no
eli a lire less than 10 cents, cash in advance.
Lodtre cards Kj.OO per year. Church announce-
ment s free. Write-ups and "puff" notices are
treated as advertising and charged for at the
local rates. No poet ry at any price.
We see from an "open letter" to
.the Osage Eagle and published in
jtlie Osage Journal, that "Profes
sol"' A. 0. Wilson accuses us of
having written a certain article that
.racently appeared in the Osage Eagle
and was reprinted in the Foraker
Tribu«. Not guilty, Mr. Wilson.
We never »aw nor heard of the ar-
ticle until it appeared in the Eagle.
As usual you were indiscreet, went
. off half cocked and took a shot in
the dark, hut you injured no one
hut yourself. Come on, you rat-
tled-brained nincompoop,if you like
it take another shot at us, we en-
joy it, and we would he pleased to
tell our readers what a "freak"' and
failure you really are, and how you
:tried "Wilsonize" our teachers,
»t-he school hoard and the entire dis-
trict, and how completely you fail-
i ed as dictator and Fourth member
. of the school board. You blew
■jnto Foraker on an Oklahoma zeph
yr and the chances are you will dis-
appear in the same manner, and in
a few short months be forgotten
by the citizens, while we will be
doing business at the sAmeold stand.
Will be in Foraker, Thurs-
day, April 28.
hike the Irishman's frogs. Edi-
tor Spencer of the Kaw City Star
is making lots of noise, and one
reading the Star would naturally
suppose that there is not a McGuire
man in Kaw City,but we are reliably
informed that, besides Spencer,
there are jast five anti McGuire
men in that burg—a gain of three
-over the Ilainer vote. Spencer also
.-^claims the Burbank neighborhood
for Garber by a big majority, but
Ira McCorkle, who has lived there
for years and knows everv voter
•clear to Fairfax, says there are just
three Garber men in that precinct.
O01110, Brother Spencer, get on the
band wagon before it drives over
COUGHS and COLDS
AND ALL THROAT and LUNG
DISEASES ..... PREVENTS
,aT,w® Jearf ag:° a. 8eY*re cold settled on my lungs and so completely prostrated me that 1
-fti f,in»^^|8Ci u° / 1 then was advised to try Dr. King's New Discovery,
after U6ing one bottle I went buck to work, as well as I ever was."
W. J. ATKINS, Banner Springs, Tenn.
■■k SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY _
PENDERGRAFT DRUG CO.
Dr. J. M. Ennis
Diseases of Women and Skin a
Pawhuska, — Oklahoma
HON. JOSEPH W. McNEAL.
lion. Jos. . McNeal, Republican candidate for governor, will be
in Osage county three days the last of this month, the 20, 27 and 28.
He will be in Foraker on the 28th, and will deliver an address in the
auditorium of the school house at 8 o'clock in the evening Mr. McNeal
is one ot the big men of the State and a good speaker. It will be a treat
to hear him discuss Oklahoma issues and expose the Ilaskall administra-
tion, Everybody invited to come out and hear him, especially ladies
Judge Amos Ewing, a former res-
ident of Pawhuska but now living
at Guthrie, has announced for clerk
of the supreme court. The Judge
is a stalwart republican and big
enough to fill any office in the gift
of Oklahoma voters.
Editor W. 11. Dutton, of the
Foraker Tribune, has reason to be
proud of the endorsement given
him by the republican county com-
mittee on Monday. It is gratifying
to know that Mr. Dutton will have
/"no opposition in his own county
and probably none in the senatori-
al district. More than that, the
Foraker editor will be elected and
VWiil .make an able senator.—Paw-
It will be.fifty years on sixth of
next May since the Republicans met
in Chicago and nominated Abra-
ham Lincoln for president, Chiosgo
is preparing to celebrate this semi-
centennial in a fitting manner.
Lincoln was nominated in a rude
wooden building called the Wig-
wam, and this building is to repro-
duced as a memorial of the occasion.
A few delegates to-that convention!
are still alife, are expected to be
The new Tariff law has not closeed !
a single factory or mortgaged a
Those Democrats who are so in-
sistent that the present Tariff law
is responsible for the increased cost
of living eppear to forget the fact
that the necessaries of life upon
which the Tariff was reduced by
the present law have, almost with-
out exception, increased tn cost,
while the cost of articles upon
i which the Tariff was increased has
I remained the same as before or been
W. F. TEATS
Carpenter and Contractor.
Cabinet work a Specialty.
FORAKER, - - - OKLA.
E. E. Gbinstead. Paul Mason.
E. F. Scott.
Grinstead, Mason & Scott
Pawhuska, - Oklahoma
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
R. A. BYRD,
Physician and Surgeon. Calls Answered Promptly.
Office on Broadway. Phone 9.
FORAKER - OKLAHOMA.
CIEI.A.S. "EX.. TOUES
LICENSED CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR
Unit aarrqrrt *nd Flatted. Hue Prtnttng ind Dr»ftln»
Bugtoeortatf a Spaoialty.
WorH Guaranteed. FAWMUSIIA, OKLA.
J. L. JOHNSON,
Licensed Embalmer, Undertaker.
Pawhuska, - - - Okla.
Day 'phone, 97. Night 'phone, 235.
Post Office News Stand.
Daily Papers, Magazines, Novels, Books. Stationery Supplies, Box
Paper, Novelties, Gigars, Smoking Tobacco and Pipes.
MRS. W. R. DUTTON, Proprietor,
That big McGuire meeting took
all the wind out of Brother Golo-
bie's sails, and he is awful sore and
is finding fault with everything.
H. C. HARG1S,
Practices in All Courts of Okla.
flail-Floyd Bid g, Pawhuska, Okla.
J. W. jENkS
Harness Repair Shop.
W. R. DUTTON
Legal papers of all kinds Properly Drawn and Ac-
knowledged. Office in Tribune Office.
J. E. A ancleve, of Oklahoma
City, and J. G. Morris, II. M.
Jones and J. C. Francis, of Annis-
ton, Alabama, all prominent real
estate men, were here the last of
the week looking over the town.
Boots and Shoes Repaired.
Anderson Building, Grand Ave.
Meat Market anil Bakery
Best of Fresh and Salt Meats always on hand
Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes. Fruits, Candies, Cigars and Cold
Drinks. WILCOX. Next Door to Drug Store. Foraker. Okla.
Post cards, tablets, pencils, pens
ink, paste etc., at the Postoflice
When "Professor' Wilson gets
his new Foraker newspaper start«d
and opens up his mud batterries,
things ought to liven up in our
quiet little city. By the way "Prof "
here's a couple of appropriate names
for the new sheet: "Wilson's Week-
ly Wind," or "Buhl's Bubble,"
either would be suitable.
The resolutions of the republican
county committee ought to settle
the question of how Osage county
stands on the congressional question
as well as on other important ques-
tions, if you realiv want to know.
These resolutions were passed by
the sturdy party workers without
bo much as a whisper of opposi-j
. J- W. McNeal is making a tell-
ing campaign for the republican
nomination for governor, lie a-
rou*es grwtt enthusiasm everywhere 1
he go *8 and he is meeting with I
~ ~ ' Jfc ms^ BH
Sole Agents in ForaKer for the ^
Dutton & Simpson can sell, rent
or lease your farm or town proper-
ty, list it with thcm(
See our line of harness. Seward's
S Chase & Sanbon's
2 Teas and Coffees. ^
S Coffee 20c, 25c and 40c, per
w n i tt ...
Pound. Have you tried this ^
this popular brand? S
^ Our Grocery Stock is al= §
§ ways full and fresh.
|r. SHAKE 4 SON.I
W.s L. DOUCLAS
Best in the World
Fast Color Eyelets Used
W. L. Douglas shoe* are the lowest
price, quality considered, in the world.
Their excellent style, easy fitting and
long wearing qualities excel those of
other makes. If you have been paying
high prices for your shoes, the next time
•you need a pair give W. L. Douglas shoes
a trial. You can save money on your
footwear and get shoes that are just as
good in every way as those that have
been costing you higher prices.
If you could visit o"r large factories
at Brockton, Mass., and see ror yourself
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are
made, you would then understand why
they hold their shape, fit better and
wear longer than other makes.
« 'ACTION \V. I. DotiRlu name and prico is
Matnped on the bottom to protect tlie wearer agniniit
lti^h i»rn*fs .-ti ; v ihot'8. TiiUi* Xo HialHiti-
t ut«*. If W.!.. Do l /* shoe*arenotfor salt In your
▼ietaity, write for Mail order Catalog. W .L. Douglas,
F. SCHROKE & SON.
GRAND AVENUE HOTEL.
Rates $1.50 per day. Foraker, Oklahoma.
W. SCOTT SAMUEL, Prop.
H. G. PHELPS, PROPRIETOR.
Lunch Counter, Short Orders and Regular Meais. Board $4 a week
Weber Building, Foraker, Oklahoma.
Wall & Barger, Blacksmiths.
Horseshoeing, wagon work
and general repair shop.
Palace Pool Hall
J. H. Hieronymous, Prop.
Four Good Tables, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobacco.
Everything Orderly. Give us a call.
Hot Chili, Quick Lunch, Short Orders, Conftctionarirs, Fruits, Cigars
and Tobacco. Opposite Kohr's Lumber Yard.
PIONEER RESTAUTANT, SHORT
ORDER and BAKERY.
Mrs. E. A. BROWN, Prop.
Meal Tickets $4.00. Foraker, Qkla.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Dutton, W. R. The Foraker Tribune. (Foraker, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, April 15, 1910, newspaper, April 15, 1910; Foraker, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc287624/m1/4/: accessed January 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.