The Osage Journal. (Pawhuska, Okla.), Vol. 14, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 1, 1913 Page: 4 of 8
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THE OSAGE JOURNAL.. THt ftSDAY, ’MAY ), 1913 .
THE USAGE JOURNAL
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Office of the Board of City One of the most enjoyable
Commissioners, City of Pawhus- events, both in a social and edu-
ka, Ok la., May 1, 1913. cational way was given last Sat-
Occupation Taxes, License urday afternoon at the home of
Taxes and Dog Taxes are now Mrs. A. N. Ruble by the mem-
due and must be paid at once in bers of Art Department of the
order to avoid a penalty. There Woman’s Club,
is also a fine and imprisonment A number of original pictures
for refusal to pay. land prints owned by members of
—---- The following is a partial list the department and their-friends
Keep on swatting the first fly. Qf businesses which must pay an together with a number of valu-
Its almost time to begin talk- occupation or licence tax. able Medici prints from the Rom-
PCBLINHKO EVEKY THIHSDAY
By The Osa?e Publishing Co.
Official Paper of the City of Piwhuska
SUBSCRIPTION J1.00 PER YEAR.
ing about a sane Fourth.
Auctioneers, automobiles and berg Shop in Kansas City, form-
motor cycles, bill lx»ard advertis-;ed an exhibit of rare attraction,
ing, billiard arid pool tables, An interesting talk by Miss
bowling alleys, toot blacks on Malone was given to
Tomorrow is cleanup day
designated by the city commis- nownng alleys, root Diacxs on Malone was given to renew ac*
sioners. If you have notalready the streets, boxing and wrestling quaintance with the old master-
joined the city civic brigade to- matches, chattel mortgage loan pieces, also to give a brief out-
a good time to or salary loan brokers, collection line of the course of study car-
_ agencies, entertainments, such ned out by this department dur-
Oklahoma City has not wined 38 theatres'motion pictures' etc, ling the last two year.. Probably
and dined the legislators during :fxpTs c°mp,nle8' f<* bu>er the favonte among these was
morrow will be
the past months in vain. Prob-
ably after fixing the capital mat-
ters just as Oklahoma City wants
them the legislature will ad-
Osage county will solve the
brokers, who discount or pur-
chase fees of witnesses, jurors,
county or city warrants. Feed
yards, cabs, carriages, drays,
baggage wagons, etc., hucksters,
ice cream wagons, lumber deal
“The Man with the Glare.”
Very interesting was the col-
lection of baskets loaned by the
Romberg Shop. The Florentine
baskets are made on the Rucel-
lar estate. The Countess of Ru-
cellar is an American girl who is
ers, lunch and tamale peddlers,
question of the high cost of liv- notion peddlers, ice peddlers and teaching the peasants to use
ing this year. When a man eats other peddlers, pawn brokers, tbeir worl< t0 advantage,
his own vegetables and meat he popcorn and peanut stands These wjth baskets of raffiia,
isn’t paying excessive freight rooming houses, rooming houses,
rates nor profits to a half dozen sample or order salesmen, shoot-
commission men. ing galleries, second hand stores,
blot machines, street stands, tele
Panama fibre and sweet grasses
were much admired.
Among the antiques were ar-
Don’t let the cleanup commit- , , , “’ . ' tides seldom seen outside an Art
L .. .. ‘ , graph and telephone companies,. A ~ •____. . „„
tee have to
Museum. A Grecian robe, loan-
ed by Sappho and Antigonia Con-
give you special transjent insurance agents
notice or send a man to clean up 0ccupationt License and Dog|-
y°ur Premises, do it yourself to- Taxegare payab)e atthe office of stantine of some peculiar^mater-
morrow and enjoy the cleanliness the Cornmi8sioner ofFinanceand iaJ’ wafu wel1 Prefrved- and
of the city as only those who Accounts jn the Cit Ha„ “ .........." “
participate m the movement can. By order Qf the Board of City
r Over the governor’s veto the Commissioners, 2t
legislature has passed the state DON T FORGET THE FARMER’S MEETING. These were perhaps the oldest
enforcement officer and district - I articles in the collection. A
miniature painted on ivory of
the great, great grandmother of
shows the excellent workman-
ship of 400 years ago. Mrs. C.
W. Stevens has two coins, one
issued in 217, the other in 249.
game warden bills. To the. The regular May meeting of
observer it looks like the legis- the Farmers Institute comes o____o____
lature was extremely careful to | Saturday. It will be held in the j Mr. P. J. Monk, was beautiful.
This was painted in the dress
when the lady was presented at
court and it is the work of an
artist. Mrs. McCurdy is the
possessor of a watch of great
ascertain what the governor; district court room. Spring
wants and then just as careful work is so well along now that
to do the other thing. The gov-j every farmer jn the couunty
emor was certainly buncoed should attend the meeting. Ag-
when he called the special ses- ricultural development in the:
county means more permanent
The legislature will, if present | wosperity than oil or gas or any
week “ling e*se- Every one of these
meetings brings out something
new in the way of development.
plans carry, recess next
until in June. There may be
some able men in the body but ^ , ,
to moat of them $6.(KI per da, is' N» farmer has everattended one
a big inducement. Wonder jf Of them without being benefitted.
they will pass another mileage is a live farmer,
bill for themselves. During the The >"8t' ute meetlns 18 n0 P13'8
recess some one should initiate a 3 * 33 one'
petition asking them never to I Many farmers come to town on
value, an unusual make, besides
being nearly 200 years old.
Several pictures too, of the Im.
pressionment School, the work
of a Los Angeles artist, Nell
Brooker Mayher, were exhibited.
She also has produced numerous
In a town of this size it is un
Economy Shoe Store
The $6.00 values for______$3.98
The $5.00 valnes for......$2.98
The $3.50 values for______$2.48
The $3.00 values for......$1.98
The $2.50 values for......$1.75
The $2.00 values for......$1.48
We have one lot of lad-
ies narrow shoes and slip-
pers w-orth $3 to $4 we
will place on the table
One lot on another ta-
ble w-orth $2 to $3, nar-
row last, none larger than
4, we w’illcloseout at 98c
Our Values do Our Advertising
LIGHT EXPENSE-SMALL PROFITS
Enable Us To MaKe These Prices
Put Your Money in Shoes Not Expense
We are crowded for room. On account of our New Spring Line arriving
we must reduce present stock to make room. A chance to show you is all ask.
Our fault if you don’t buy. A look will be appreciated.
Economy Shoe Store
Compton Bldg.—Pawhuska, Okla.
In October, 1912, a class under
the excellent leadership of R. L.
Carroll, pastor of the Baptist
usual to find so many pictures of church, took up the Convention
good taste and value, yet there I Normal course, prescribed by
j Saturday. Part of them attend! are many originals, oils, water the Sunday School Board of the
be up for final settlement.
A JAPANESE TEA.
A Japanese Tea was given by
the ladies of the Missionary Soc-
iety of the Presbyterian church
on Thursday afternoon. The
church parlor was beautifully
decorated with Japanese lan-
terns, parasols and wild fiowers.
One of the members, Mrs. T.; booH probably written by some
H. McLaughlin, appeared in her tbe b"”'3nt authors
wedding gown with all the ac; SunJ?y Scho<>1 Pcdag0ey 13 the
cesst ries of the day. It seemed wor ' .
Last Sunday morning at the
to many that she must have
stepped from some of the frames Baptist church occurred
the meetings but many of them | colors and etchings, and good Southern
Speaking of the tariff, did it I do not. If you are one of the prints in our homes. This course
ever occur to you how it swelled j many come up Saturday and in-
the chests of those who have hale a little enthusiasm,
grown immensely rich by reason The county fair proposition will
of its benefactions? The impu-
dence of the sugar trust for an
example. The head of the Wash-
ington lobby for sugar had the
impudence to address a letter to
President Wilson the other day.
It opened: “Excellent Sir:—
Please keep away from the sub-
ject of sugar at this time.”
Think of it. And the secretary
of the sugar trust was sentenced |
An excellent program was giv-
penitentiary and would en as follows:
have gone there only President, Piano solo
Taft pardoned him. One of the Vocal solo
last official acts of the President Piano solo
was to pardon this arch scoun-! Vocal solo
drel. Fow he has the gall to try Piano solo
and influence tariff legislation, j After ‘the
Mrs. Wilson Tucker
- Alberta Cans
Those tariff barons are a chesty ments of ice tea and wafers were
bunch.—Muskogee T. D. served by the Misses Blasingame
" and Ferguson, who were dressed
HAVE VOU AN AUTOMOBILE. jn Oriental costumes. About
sixty ladies were present and
The State Press Association twelve dollars was added to the
will be here one week from next Chinese fund.
Sunday. The members are to
be taken to the Osage village in
automobiles. The committee in
charge request all owners of
automobiles in the city or else-
where in the county who can
furnish the use of the same to
RECEIVES GOOD WHITE FACE.
so quaint and royal did she ap-
pear. Much comment was made
on the affair and was thorough-
ly appreciated by all art lovers.
The guests were Mesdames
Hirt, Hutchings, Hayes, Millard,
Sams, Shields, Ripley, Hall, Hat-
field, Carroll, Horsley, Mitchell,
Ferguson, Clement, R. A. Ma-
lone, Gay, McCain, Musellar,
Melott, VirDen, Overfield, Mc-
Donald, F. Malone. Roddy, Fin
graduating exercises and award-
ing of diplomas to the largest
class in the state. The following
members receiving diplomas:
Mrs. Laura Tucker, Mrs. R. L.
Carroll, Mrs. Arthur wright,
Mrs. Fred Jones, Miss Belva
Moore, Mrs. P. P. Sadler, Mrs.
Florence Tucker, Miss Emma
Whipkey, Miss Rosa Lindsey,
first book, Mrs. Lillian Ripley,
two books, Arthur Wright and
John Franks yesterday re-
ceived a couple of white face
males from Texas for his ranch
west of town. The animals re-
report toSam Loeb at the Smoke I cciJved are >>r?fect
and registered stock. Mr.
House. It is going to tax the
town for vehicles to. carry the
editors to the village. Be loyal
to your town and . come with your
machine ready to help entertain
■ the visitors...
ney, Stevens, W. T. Leahy, Goss, Clyde J. Coleman.
Puryear Ludwick, Bird, Metcalf, | It is no empty honor to pos-
Brenner, W. C Tucker, Carroll, J. »ess a Blue Seal diploma and
M. Ferguson, Seeley, J. J. Leahy, those who obtained the coveted
Roberts, Walker, Morris. Cope, [ diploma and were graduated of
Everett, L. Tucker; Misses Wat-1 this course, will long remember
kins, Boone, Barbour and Hill. the weeks and months of earn-
The members are Mesdames est, painstaking labor that made
Aaron, Downing, Hamele, Hud- graduation possible, and our
son, Maher, McCurdy, T. H.1 church is justly proud of their
McLaughlin, Smith, Tillman; Tol- achievement. Potted plants and
son, Ward. Tucker, Shinn, Ruble, cut flowers adorned the church.
Lillard, Hargis, Worten, Glee- Charlie McClure, always a fav-
son, H. McLaughlin, Misses Mu- j orite with Pawhuska audiences,
sellar, Matthews, Scott and Me- sang in his own matchless man-
lone. ner, “Face to Face.”
,, ' ~ Rev. Moorer promised to de-
Mrs, kunster ol Kansas City, ]jver tbe graduating address,
Franks is raising high grade ^J0-’ Kde8t ^r' and but not being present, Rev. Car-
cattle. His cows are of high Mrs‘ Prudom- roll, upon thirty minutes notice,
grade and well bred. Mr. Franks We sell the Motor High Speed began the sermon: his versatility
realizes that a good animal can washing machines, warranted and wide scope of Biblical know-
McCleery McCleery McCleery
Let me figure on yonr Plumbing,
Shop 315 7th St. Phone 133
Refrigerators - Refrigerators
The time is here when you should think of Re-
frigerators. We have a large selection of Refriger-
ators. Whether you are going to need one or not,
we want you to call at our store where we will
The Best Refrigerators
For the Least Money
We are agents for Sealy Mattresses, Domestic
Vacumm Cleaners and Globe-Warneck Book Cases.
East Main St.
cognized as one of the most pro-
gressive of Pawhuska’s pastors;
his interest in the youth of our
city, both morally and education-
ally, has endeared him not only
to the Baptist denomination but
to the entire public. The thanks
of the membership is tendered
Mrs. A. N. Ruble for the cut
flowers used in decoration.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Tucker en-
tertained the entire graduating
be raised just as well as a poor f°r hve. years.
one and it is worth much more Andrews Hardware Co. interesting speaker and this
I f you; want a separator .that.on . the market. With such • F. W. Farrar of the McLaugh- course is one in which he has
.nets tlio cream,'■„buy ,a Dt'I.aval^^'hiiuils-.iS: lie has ie^t'i\'Ml ]jn Farrar store is in Kansas been a tireless worker and up tol
ledge makes him at all times an ! class at dinner following the ex-
ercises. Since no home in this
city reflects more genuine hos-
My Brand 3 My Brand
CLAYTON N. SMITH
CLEAN UP DAY.
All the up-to-date cities have
a clean up day which shows that
they are advancing just so with
the up-to-date farmer and you
will find him with an Olds Gas
ginb sold by Osage Electric Co.
banker, was here
gold by Andrews Hardware .(V ^vun'hiivvTi b'ui'h oV higl/gratle City this week making purchases last fall, he was cne of the1 tour: jiitAlity.,. it made th,e. finale of 0m sores, other Remeaies Won’t Cura
CjsUM'p[ ?i-iid force .‘pumps' for ■ o^ttD
sale by*'Audreys Hardware. C(\ .state.
second to" rippe in., the
for^ their, mommoth
establish- Blue Seal graduate*instat^.1 eight ninths 9f;zeakwsj’
.of .Oklahoma,. . Hq 'Uas "b<?en
re- application, glorious.
lyruris Antigeptlc .Hcpling Oil* .It relieve*.
■ 4 . lu.i.s .*t ’1 . n f. _.T-, idle, fi.oo.'
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