The Waynoka Tribune. (Waynoka, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, October 20, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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I WAYNOKA, WOQDS COUNTY, OKLAHOMA
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February 6, 1909. «* the postollice at
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March 3, 1K79.
I)r. .1. D. .JUSTICE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
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Live Quails Wanted.
A. C. Grimes, deputy game
j warden of Alva was in town
| Tuesday and made arrange-
ments with W. II. Johnston and
Col. Springer to purcli.se 25
dozen live quails for the state.
These quails are wanted bv
Game Warden Doolin to trade
for a like number of Bohemian
quails, and these quails will be
shipped to New Jersey, .vherc
the other kind are very plenti-
ful. The state game warden
made the trade, and lie is author-
izing his deputies to catch 80
dozen for that purpose. They
must be delivered unhurt and
in good condition.
Traps can be made by any boy
and the birds captured. Bring
them to town and deliver to this
office or to W.H. Johnston at his
farm and you will be paid .$1.50
a dozen for them. Hurry up.
for they want them right now.
Yon need not fear the game
law for you are under the pro-
tection of the state while you are
catching and selling them. If
you have any fear of prosecution
Mr. Doolin will issue a special
commission for that purpose.
| Dr. Q. Cl. Gordon--"
9 Office in State Bank Bldg.
I Waynoka, ... Oklahoma.
I Phone No. 83.
DR. O. R. GREGG
Cffica, Monfort Big. ALVA, OKLA.
With Trucks Absolutely Safe.
Also all Kinds of Transfer work
At Reasonable Prices.
Phone 71 CHAS. N. HINK.
J. YV. Francis
All kind of auction sales cried
Dates made at this office
Phone 255 on 1. Waynoka, Okla.
"Daptist ('Lurch Services—S.S., It) n. m.; preach-
^ in*?. 11 a m; Y.l’.U., 7 p. m; preaching. ► P- m-5
prayer meetinjr. Wed. eve, 7:30.
.!. W. Davault, Pastor.
JANNEY BUS LINE
W. B. JANNEY, PROP.
Bus and baggage Wagon Meels Every
Train, Day or Night, Rain or Shine.
For Prompt Service call Phone 54 Red
DR. LAURA PEARL NEWCOMER
Graduate of American *
School of Osteopathy,
In Waynoka Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday of each week.
Cherokee has a new democratic
weekly, and they are getting in-
to the field at just about the
right'time to get their policies
framed up for the next cam-
The public utilities board in
Kansas has declared that the
ministers in that state shall not
be allowed to travel on half-fare
tickets or have reduced telephone
rates made to them, but must
pay the same rate as men of oth-
er professions. Correct.
At last it looks like the Alva
Times was going to make money
enuf to buy some more quads
and spaces, for they have been
sued for $10,000 for slander and
libel by J. E. Kavanaugh of the
Pioneer. It looks like the mon-
ey should go the other way, if
the charges are true, but it al-
ways works the other way. for
the newspaper that is sued at
once becomes interesting.
The Hamilton Piano is an in-
strument of the highest'artistic
merit, of honest value and true
There is considerable talk
among those in a position to talk
about municipal ownership. It
has just developed that Kansas
City’s ownership of waterworks
have run the city in debt over
$250,000 in the past 15 years in
addition to many special appro-
proiations to keep the plant go-
ing. We believe that Kansas
City has as bright a set of of-
ficials as any city on the map can
have, and if they can’t make
city ownership pay, where in
blazes are we going to look for
authority on the municipal ow-
nership plan? Kansas City has
always had trouble with her
waterworks, a-sort of chronic
disease, and we are not surprised
to see the statement in the Jour-
nal-that city-owned utilities are
not a success. From a long
distance it looks like any city
ought to own its own public
utilities, but someway there is
always a bug under the chip that
eats up the profits before the
collector gets back to the office.
We have seen a few cases, and
we never yet saw that kind of
management a success.
TO THE FARMERS.
I am offering to the farmers
who make Waynoka their trad-
ing point a cash prize for the
commodities raised near here;
the grain getting the prize will
be retained by me and that not
receiving a prize will be returnd
to the man bringing it in.
The judges will be G. IJ. Ches-
nut, J. E. Beard and C. A. Hoo-
25 pound best cotton, $3.00
25 pounds best alfalfa seed, 3.00
Best peck of wheat, 1.50
“ b°rlcy .50
“ rye .75
“ oats .50
“ kaffir corn 1.50
“ milo maize 1.00
“ cane .50
“ millet .50
12 largest heads kaffir corn, .50
12 “ “ milo maize, .50
12 best ears of popcorn, .25
Largest pun kin, .25
Largest squash, .25
Hurry in with your exhibits,
as on Oct. 26, at 6 p. m., the
contest will close and the prizes
will be awarded the next day.
Chas. A. Cheek, Grocer.
Busby’s Minstrels win Loud Applause
The best tented show seen in
Grand Junction in a long time,
was produced last evening when
the Harrison Minstrels, owned
and produced by J.M.Busby, ap-
peared before a crowd that pack-
ed the seats and left a large
number standing. The show is
full of tuneful and humorous act
and keeps the audience in a roar
of lafter from start to finish.The
singing had ail the fascinating
quality which only the negro can
impart,won loud applause. The
band yesterday entertained the
crowd at the parade and won
many compliments. The ward-
robe of the company is excepti-
onally fine and the costumes are
new and of unusual quality. The
costumes are all of silk and vel-
vet and make a most brilliant ap-
pearance. The.acts are clean and
the humor refined and appealing
to the highest grade of the aud-
ience. — Grand J unction News.
Waynoka, Wed., Oct. 25. •
Alva Hospital Busy.
Mrs. John W. Robinson and
her daughter, Miss Sylvia, were
The Alva Pioneer sounds a ^roUght to the Alva Hospital
warning to the business men ot yesterday afternoon, from Way-
ward Sinn that town; it tells them that a noi-a> Tney are both dangerous-
^ . .. . * 1 big-co-operative store is about to ly low with typhoid fever, but
rhe readers of this paper wil ^ installed there by the social-1 are in good hands and wiil re-
and that all other store- j eeive^ very attention. Thecases
keepers will be put out of busi- i °f ,}l,s knitl .L'iat. .j!aV
ness when the big store starts, i our hospital late have been those
We can readily believe the Pio- 1,1 the very lowest stage, ant.
neer. that when the big store are able to say that there is not
starts ic will be tuff sledding for j one instance that we can call to
the smaller and older stores, but j uffi’d, where the patient has
it won’t be for long, as w;e have tailed to recoven Pioneer,
seen this thing tried in several
be pleased to learn that there is j ~ ^
at least one dreadful disease that *
science has been able to cure in
all its stages, and that is Catar-
rh. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is the
positive curs now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh be-
ing a constitutional disease, re-
quires a constitutional treat-
ment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is
taken internally, acting directly
upon the blood and mucous sur-
face of the system, therebv des-
troying the foundation of the
and giving the patient
The Teacher’s Association.
The Woods county teachers’ |
association which was held here
Friday and Saturday was the oc-
casion of quite a manifestation
of interest. The entire school J
was on parade and headed by the i
hand met the visitors at the
The meeting was attended hv
63 teachers and great interest |
was shown in the reading circle :
work, in which each teacher was
I given an opportunity to speak.
I’he papers and discussions were
interesting and instructive to
both patrons and teachers.
Altho the time for work was
limited every teacher gained
some new idea to aid them in
raising the standard of the
The committee on resolutions
reported as follows:
Whereas the citizens of Way-
noka have seen fit to extend an
invitation to the Woods County
Teachers Association, to meet
with them in their city: we your
committee submit the following
Resolved: That we extend to
the citizens, school board, Prof,
j D. R. Johnson, teachers, school,
Prof. Belt and the hand our sin-
cere thanks for the hearty recep-
tion given us at the depot and
in the auditorium and to the
Commercial Club for the auto
ride over the city, to the teach-
ers, pupils and citizens for the
excellent program returned dur-
ing the evening, to the citizens
for the hospitality and entertain-
Be it further resolved: that we
extend avote of thanks our pres-
ident for his able manner of con-
ducting the reading circle work,
and to the executive committee
of the association for the pro-
gram it prepared.
Be it further resolved that a
copy of these resolutions be pub-
lished in our cnuntyAdvocateand
in the county papers.
R. L. Clifton, Chairman.
Mrs. Fred J. Fash, Sec.
Miss Amanda McDaniel.
W. FI. Webb.
We Back up Our Statements with
Our Personal Reputation and Money.
We are so positive that we can
relieve constipation, no matter
how chronic it may be, that we
offer to furnish the medicine
free of all cost if we fail.
We think it worse than useless
to attempt to cure constipation
with cathartic drugs. Cathar-
tics may do much harm. They
may cause a reaction, irritate
and weaken the bowels, and
make constipation more chronic.
Constipation is often accom-
panied and may be caused by-
weakness of the nerves and mus-
cles of the large intestine or
colon. To expect a cure you
must therefore tone up and
strengthen those parts and re-
store them to healthier activity.
The discovery of the active
principle of our remedy involves
the labor of skilful research
chemists. This remedy produces
results such as are expected
from the best of the best-known
intestinal tonics, and it is parti-
cularly prompt in its results.
We want you. to try Rexall
Orderlies on our guarantee.
They are exceedingly pleasant to
take and are ideal for children.
They apparently act directly
on the nerves and muscles of the
bowels, having, it would seem,
a neutral action on other organs
of glands. Tney do not purge
or cause inconvenience. If they
do not positively cure chronic or
habitual constipation and thus
relieve the myriads of associate
or dependant chronic ailments,
your money will be refunded.
Try Rexall Orderlies at our risk.
Three sizes of packagec, 10c..
25c., and 50e. Remember, you
can obtain Rexall Remedies in
this community only at our store
—The Rexall Store. Rex Phar-
macy. ___• _
^ I N G!
THE BIG FUNNY SHOW*
WAYNOKA, WED., OCT. 25
Larger and Better Then Ever.
DON'T MISS THIS GOOD ONE.
PARADE AT HCOH, _ PERFORMANCE, 8 P,
Miller & Son, Mgrs.
WE SELL THE "REO" CAR, BEST CAR ON THE MARKET
Automobile Repairing of all kinds.
Tire Repairing a Specialty.
Experienced Workmen. Best. Materials Used.
AUTOS FOR HACKWORK ON CALL AT ALL HOURS.
To all Contestants who turn in $10 or mere in Subscriptions
from Oct. 13 to Nov. 13, will receive as a Special Premium a
12,500 Vote Coupon Free.
This offer does not conflict in
ny way with regular votes or other prizes.
Come in and estimate how long
the Liberty Lantern will .burn
with one filling
A FREE PREMIUM
will be given to the first person
whose estimate is the most
correct in hours and minutes
Ee sure and visit us on Saturday, Oct. 21st
liberty lantern Bay
Ail estimates must be in before 12 o’clock
BOYLE & RUSSEL HBW. CO.
RASEMENT pot HALL.
Obi Basement, of Post
cities and it always prove a fail-
ure after a time. The last in-
stance that came under our ob-
servation was the big grocery
in Kansas City, organized by
Wm: Walter Voorhees. the big
Three handsome clocks were
this week delivered to Misses
Thomson, Janney and Andrew
as their prizes for being the on-
Af-1 ly ones to bring in five or more
ot subscriptions to ihe Tribune up
smallpox in three of Winfield’s j Oct. g The prizes are beauti-
public schools the school board
Small Fox at Winfield.
Winfield, Kan., Oct. 16.-
ter discovering ten* cases
R. A. Fleming and family are O. H. Patterson has returned
arranging to move to Colorado from a visit to various cities in
in the near future. Kansas.
SS&SGSUZttS. ^ 1 -y -"I'y1 ,-1rrd7sand the girls were well pleas-
stitution and assisting nature in w„J. Waiter- Mills, and ihe L>uii- Kred^mMic schoo anall li ed'__
doing its work The proprietors ness failed afu?r about a year, vaccinated
have so much faith in its eura- f . j <=trmrirlinir against poor uier wouia na\c iu oe \ acum.ieu
five nowers that thev offer One or o**11 struggling againnc pt or stay away fjrom school. Many
that it fails to cure. Send k~P *hW
men the remedy for the threat
list of testimonials. iiiwi _____________ ___________
Address F. J. Cheney & Co., ene<j evil. \\ hat's the answer
Toledo, O. _
Sold be all Druggists. 75c^
Take Hall’s Family Pills for
Karnest Hays is now
at his trade in St. Ia ui:
’children from school raiher than
have them vaccinated.
John Burwell is working at
working the boiler makers' trade in
Dave Woodson and W. H.
Burke left Tuesday in an auto
for Oklahoma City, having fin-
ished buying broom corn.
: Frawley & Co. have the record Subject at Baptist church next
j of selling more corn binders this Sunday at 11 a. m., “Preparing
season than any firm between tor Action. At S p. m., “The
Wellington and^Amariilo. They -Yrnio:. J. V\. Davault, Pas-
sold 22 birders. . r',r-
Ellis Abla, late of Wichita, is
clerking at the big Syrian store
'of A & K. Coh’mia.
W. H. Olmsted Tuesday plead
ty before Judge .AUen to a
charge of assault on J.F. Snyder
and paid a fine air! cost amount-
There will be a basket ball
game bet ween the boys of Moore-
laid and Waynoka public school
at the be 11 park east of Waynoka
Satui lay afternoon. Oct. 21.
• f *
Colliiigwood & Phillips.
Basement, of Post. Office Bldg.
. GALL AND SPEND A FEW PLEASANT HOURS.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO. Barber Shop.
Harry Mason of Alva was here #G. P. Chesnut returned Wed-
on business Wednesday. nesday from Alva.
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Springer, Merritt E. The Waynoka Tribune. (Waynoka, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, October 20, 1911, newspaper, October 20, 1911; Waynoka, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc847979/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.