The Waynoka Tribune. (Waynoka, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, November 4, 1910 Page: 4 of 6
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THE WAYNOKA TRIBUNE
Col. M. E. Springer, Pub.
wavnoka. : : : : okla.
wild TO THE ELECTORS
k! Nineteenth Judicial District.
tr, ,t a candidate for re-election
The Working Difference.
Oklahoma City, Okla., Nov. 3.
One difference between the
Why doesn't Zeppelin experiment
New York continues to grow tn
•very way but good
There Is hope. Indeed. Nevada has
•hut down on gambling.
If Count Zeppelin Isn’t discouraged,
Ifcave you any reason to be?
Aeroplanes are good for round
•boulders and hollow chests.
These are golden days for the rail-
roads. us well as the farmers.
A number of Ix>ndon people have
appendicitis. That’s one style we set.
An Kngllshman has Invented a trl-
plane. We presume It falls threa
times as hard.
The Courage of
IB—trail—■ Wy Magas# C. Ksttasr
, . a candidate ior re-eievuun, aai,«ns
\i impartial administration of and regulated and licensed sa
A $10,000,000 shoe corporation has
been formed In Massachusetts. Now
watch the cowhide.
(Copyright I MW by Bubbo-Mofrlll Co.*
New York spends $36,000,000 a year
OB charity, and even at that Nsw
York Is a bad place to go broke In.
Poughkeepsie court enjoins a hus-
band from speaking to his wife for 30
days. Now stand aside and listen to
New York paper claims ‘‘4.700.000
souls" for New York. Nonsense!
The census showed only that number
New York man resigns a $4,000 po-
sition because there's not enough
work to do. You Just can't please
A Massachusetts man has Invented
a flexible rolling pin which, we trust,
will not make the pie crust more rub-
bery than ever.
C«pt. Nathaniel Plum, of the "loop
Typhoon, IhikIh n»cretly on Heaver lahuid,
fetronghohl of tho Mormons. Hi- Is sud-
denly confronted by ObaillRli Price, un
eccentric old man ami u member of the
Mormon council, who tells him that lie Is
expected. Price Ignores Nat’s protesta-
tions that he lias got the wrong man, am!
haigalns for the ammunition aboard the
sloop, lie binds Nat by a solemn oath to
deliver a package to Franklin Pierce,
president of the Frilled States. Near
Price's cabin Nut sees the frightened faeo
of a young woman who disappears In the
darkness, leaving an odor of lilacs. It
develops that Plum’s visit to the Island
Is to demand settlement from the king,
Hlrang, for the looting of his ship some
time previously, supposedly hy Mormons,
t’asey, the mate, has been left In charge
of the sloop with orders to bombard Hi.
James If Nat does not return within a
certain time. Price tukes NhI In the
durkness, to the king’s home, and
through a window he sees the King and
Ills wives, aiming whom Is the lady of
1 enth wife. Plum culls at the king’s of-
! flee, where ho Is warned by a young
| woman that Ills life is In danger. Strang
, receives Plum cordially, professes tmltg-
. nation when he hears the captain's griev-
] mice, and promises to punish the guilty.
Plum again receives warning of Ills dan-
He rescues Nell, who is being pub-
Croehe, the sheriff and father of Whin-
whipped. The king orders Arbor
According to tho aitronomsr* thora
la an ttnuaual amount of molatura on
Mars just now. Canning tlma par-
splratlon, no doubt.
If a woman asks $6,000 damages fox
Jobbing herself with her own hatpin,
how much would ahe earn by putting
out somebody elite's eye?
Now that sharks are known to ba
good food they become doubly useful,
for they have always provided a su-
perior quality of fish Btories.
A Chicago woman asked s divorce
because her husband wore hef under-
garments. This Is a case where
clothes make the man trouble.
A man at Scranton, Pa., who claims
to have a hen that lays seven eggs s
day should be hired by party cam-
paign committees to claim elections.
Here's a Boston preacher calling
Newport "the vestibule of hell.” This
will disappoint many Newporters who
thought they were really on the in-
An American promoter Is about to
build an amusement park In Home.
The ancient ruins will have to put In
vaudeville attractions to hold the
If you knew what a woman was do-
ing all the time, you wouldn’t worry
so much—or else you would worry
more. Settle that with your con-
Connecticut man shot himself in
the head ten times and still lives
That’s what Connecticut men get for
substituting wooden nutmegs for
The per capita circulation of the
Cnlted States Is now $35.03. Almost
any paragrapher that comments oi
this will have his share If somebotfiy
will lend him $35.
One authority advises dyspeptics to
eat a teaspoonful of sand with each
meal. And Just after a doctor told us
not to put sugar on our oatmeal!
Now what’ll we do?
A New York waiter recently bought
$100,000 worth of government bonds.
Just what his Jocular patrons no doubt
advised him time and again to do with
the quarters they tipped him.
Wisconsin man loses an eye by be-
ing Jabbed with a hairpin while he
was kissing his wife good-by. In the
morning. Experienced husbands have
learned to dodge such perils.
Pacific coast artillerymen made
nine hits out of ten shots at a dis-
tance of three miles with five-inch
guns In a fog How would you like
to play cannon ball pool with those
“Fighting Bob” Evans says the air-
ship Is a mere plaything and would
amount to nothing as a weapon of
war “Fighting Bob" may be par-
doned for clinging to an old fashioned
faith 1n the efficacy of the battleship.
to foreclose a mort
on the hor
who refused his
have hts attention
that even medc
dropped this on<’<
tore’s cruel reveng
wain who started
ge which he held
of the father of the girl
•ntion ought tc
lied to the fact
.m,i long ago
opular form of
taunt*, the glil who warned Nat, to pur
ant* and kill the two men. Plum and Neil
plan to CHt-ape on the Typhoon. Plum
learns that Murton, the girl of the lilacs,
la Nell's sister. She Is not yet married
to Strang. Plum suggests carrying her
off on the ship. Nell approves. They
agree to Include Wlnnmnne, with whom
l’riee Is In love. In the enterprise. Nat
discovers that the sloop Is gone. He
meets Marlon and tells her lhat Nell has
left the Island. The thunder of a gun in
heard und Marlon tells him Ills ship hus
been raptured by the MnrinonH. Hhe
pleads with him to leave the Island and
prevent her brother froih returning. She
says nothing cun save her from Strang.
Plum finds Price raving mud.
A shudder ran through the coun-
cilor’s frame, as If the voice had start-
led him, his arms and body stiffened
•tend slowly he lifted his head. Na-
thaniel tried to stifle the cry on his
Ups, tried to smile—to speak, but the
terrible face that stared up Into his
own held him silent, motionless. He
had heard the voice of madness, now
he looked upon madness In the eyes
that glared at him. In them was no
sign of recognition no passing flash
Of sanity. The white face was lined
with purplish veins, the mouth was
distorted and the lips bleeding. In-
voluntarily he stepped hack to the
end of the table.
At his movement the councilor
stretched out his arms with a sobbing
He fell again upon his face, clutch-
ing the table in a sudden convulsion.
In the next room Nathaniel had no-
ticed a pail of water and he brought
this and wet the old man’s head. For
a long time Obadiah did not move,
and when he did it was to reach out
with a groping hand to And Nathaniel.
A change had come into his face when
he lifted it again, the mad tire had
partly burned itself out of his eyes,
the old chuckling laugh came from
between bis lips.
“A little weakness. Nat—a little
weakness." he gasped faintly. ’’I have
It. now and then. Excitement—great
excitement—” He straightened him-
self for a moment and stood, swaying
tree from the table, then collapsed
Into a chair, hiB head dropping upon
Without arousing him from the stu-
por’ Into which he had falleu, Na-
thaniel again concealed himself iu
the shadows outside the cabin where
he could better guard himself against
the possible approach of Mormon vis-
itors. But he did not remain long.
He struck a mfttch and saw that It
was nearly ll and a sudden resolu-
tion turned him back to the cabin
door. He believed that Obadiah would
not easily arouse himself from the
strange stupor into which he had fal-
! len. Meanwhile he would find food
and then conceal himself near tho
path to intercept Marion.
As he mounted the step he heard
for the second time since landing
upon the island the solemn tolling of
the great bell at St. James, and as he
paused for an instant to listen, peal
upon peal followed the first until its
brazen thunder rolled tn one long
booming echo through the forests of
the Mormon kingdom. There came a
shrill cry at his back and he whirled
about to see the councilor standing
in the center of the big room, his arms
outstretched, his face lifted as it had
been raised in prayer at the tolling of
the same bell the night before—but
this time it was not prayer that fell
from his lips.
"Nat, ye have returned in the hour
of vengeance! The hand of God is
descending upon the Mormon king-
dom ’ *
His words came in a gasping, but
leap duties of my office in the
diubre as has marked my course
Tie bench in the past. It is
old my prerogative to make the
lllH i, only to administer them
twlHfind th°m, and this without
'"’wird to station in life, polit-
affiliation or personal friend-
Mor. In the full belief that al
rank are created free and equal
—dore the law, and that justice
M,l“jld be handed down without
wule and without favor, and, in
u,,<l determination to maintain
ol<l. .standard in my official con-
"®ri, I solicit the votes of all
1 *sons, of all parties, who are
,51,.,’rested in the enforcement of
Moi law, to the end that wrong
- be eliminated and the right
tintained, and thafc&hegquat-
p'nof man before thaanw ' is of
W. I PARKS, Prop,
-How abont that old piece of
iken-jewelry thfkt you prize so
J^hiy?’ Harmony pan fix it
«A PERFECT ORGANIZATION,
wbl Shows Thai ProhiWtfon Will Be
Defeated in EvetyCotagty.
thdklahoma City, Okla., Nov. 3.
an,f a careful poll of' almost ev-
prednet may be relied upon,
th# issue of prohibition will be
ukeated in every county in the
h»?he closing campaign for local
1,f*ion and high license is one
fe\t has been made by the bus-
er ss interests of the state, and
said to be the most perfect-
po^rganized fight that has ever
HtriO made in the southwest,
boiihing whatever has been left
thechatsse. The people gener-
had are disgustecLwith the mis-
‘U’otag'dnei.rof tne liquor traffic
theie pas tKVe'et' years, and if the
no f is to b^sold openly every-
*renre thby intend to have the
nAHc revenue therefrom and thus
puisPe their terriffic taxation,
oamalsQ to better build up their
faiaS, ‘bridges and towns and
wViiihfers of the anti-saloon
to hi,'e privately admit defeat,
the rtlose observers say that lo-
he**Stion will carry by upwards
“ fe^DOO majority.
listet--*—- — ■ ,--
loons is that the “prohibition sa-
loons” take out of the state over
$3,000,000 every year, debauch
women, boys and children, cre-
ate criminals, establish rdad-
houses and bawdyhouses, make
perjurers of otherwise good cit- _ 1 «. •
& 'for “eloMuni Fresh and Sait Meats, oondi-
The regulated saloon under the
proposed local option and high
license law will keep in the state
the more than $3,000,000.a year,
will give to the counties $1,500,-
000 per year for roads and brid-
ges, will give to the towns and
cities more than $1,500,000 per
year for improvements, propor-
tionately decrease all taxation,
abolish ^he bootlegger and the
roadhouse, place all saloons un-
der rigid police inspection and
forever keep liquor out of the
reach of minors.
This is a true picture of the
situation that should be kept in
mind by every vqter of the state
who reaUy has the welfare of
Oklahoma and her people at
The only Reliable Meat, Market, in Waynoka.
A!1 Meats Government, Inspected.
ments, lunch goods, sausages.
This is the shop that Stays
the year round, no matter
what the price of Ice.
If you want the cleanest and best of
meats, call up Phone 44 and have it
delivered home promptly end* freely.
Free City' Delivery.
We want the Patronage of Particular People.
—In severe cases of sore lungs
you need an internal and exter-
nal remedy. Buy the $1 size of
Ballard's Horehound Syrup, you
get two remedies for the price
of one. With every $1 bottle is a
free Herrick'sRedPepper Porous
Plaster for the chest. Sold by
Rex Bharmacy. .
Adeeb Cohlmia of Wichita vis-
ited a few days this week with
his brother Kamil Cohlmia.
The Bald Headed Liveryman,
Wants to get Married. Come and feed your
teams or Get, Your Rigs.
Waynoko, - Oklahoma,
Want You to Know
teriotjt the TribuiTe has-on hand
f^e stock of Best Grade of
insanr Heads, ruled and unruled,
deniy Heads, Statements, Bill
oaiangt everything in ruled
abou^ Envelopes, etc., and ban
dom? what you want and when
*‘a“Vant it. Telephone 93.
him v’ J°seph Buie will discuss
like esubmission act which pro-
wouij to be a local option and
(h*n license measure. All voters
homcially out of town voters,
thoujrged to be present at 3 p,
^h°hiext Saturday in front of the
wftbt National Bank of Wayno-
baol . . - ’ *
diaioltry is showing signs of
R'ri ing been bitten by the build-
bug, as several new build-
mas are going up.
injThe Eight-Hour League of
“snerica is out with a declara-
M»n for the universal eight-hour
eay for all workers, and they
,n-opose to carry their demands
b*to the next presidential cam-
h This is the last issue of this
”^per before ’ election, and our
trfvice to our readers is to pick
"at the best men for the office
cpd elect them, disregarding
— In damp,chilly weather there
is always a demand for Ballard’s
Snow Liniment because many
people who know by experience
its great relieving power in rheu
matic aches and pains, prepare to
apply it at the first twinge. Price
25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold
by Rex Pharmacy.
Will Quiesenberry and Ira
Clark have rented the Massey
building and will open, a chili
parlor and lunch room.
Chilblains, frosted feet or hands
can be cured by one or two ap-
plications of Ballard’s Snow Lin-
iment. It quickly relieves itching
or tenderness of flesh. Price 25c
50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by
Sam Wagner came back Tues-
day, and from the way he was
shaking hands' you might have
thot he was a candidate.
—Don’t forget the date—J.
Harry Gay will be at Waynoka
Thursday, Nov, 10, at Commer-
cial hotel. Office open all day.
The Tribune is an independent
newspaper, and does not neces-
sarily endorse all or any of the
political advertising herein.
—-:S. A. Goff, of the Waynoka
Produce Co., has opened up his
feed business in the old Olmsted
building, across the street from
his old quarters, and will carry
a full stock of hay, bran, corn,
chops, etc., at reasonable prices.
For Tin and Sheet* Iron Work,
Plumbing and Stove Repairs.
All work gnaranieed. Bay
You ought to pay up.
Get the Best'/
M. E. Springer
Wsjmoks. Okie. |
—The long winter evenings
are here. Get good glasses; don’t
get them hit or miss, like they
make a rag carpet. Consult a
specialist. See J. Harry Gay at
his office, Commercial hotel, bn
Thursday, Nov. 10, 8 a.m. to 6.
State of Oklahoma,
■ In the justice court in and for said
county and state.
First National Bank, a corporation.
By R. W. Waidley, Cashier, Piff.
G-. C. Schaefer, Defendant.
Affidavit to obtain service by
John R. Muri*ow. being duly sworn
according to law, says that he is the
agent for the above named plaintiff,
and that on the 27th day of October,
1910, said plaintiff filed in the justice
court a petition against said defend-
ant, G. C. Schaefer showing non-pay-
ment of note.
Affiant further says, that the said
defendaut, G F1. Schaefer is a non-
resident of the state of Oklahoma, and
that servied by sumons eflrinot be made
on said defendant, G. C. Schaefer,
w^th dije diligence within the state, of
Oklahoma, that def4&idant's last known
place of res donee was Waynoka. Ok-
lahoma, and that the said plantiff
wishes to obtain service on said de-
fendant by publication: and further af-
i fiant saith not. John R. Mi rrow.
f Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 27th dav of October, 1910.
S. D. ALLEN.
K< v. 4-11-18. Justice of the Peace.
We have obtained from a New York Rug Sale some of the
prettiest 9x12 Axminster Rugs you ever saw for
From $22,50 Up. *-*
Besides their beauty they are the cheapest floor covering-
in that the will last for yeai-s. We also have
cheaper grades ot Rugs and Mattings, and - -
don’t forget our other lines of ' ,
Furniture. We have any- x
thing you want or
If we haven’t we can get it for you on short notice: ;
|| The Fiirni^iireman
J Unde f tfeke r,
WAYNOKA,__________________ - OKLAHOMA.
■o o os
Don’t Throw Your Old Shoes Away
But take them to J W SINGER., 2d Door South of
Park*s Meat Market and havs them made as good as
new. A few cents will save you dollars.
J. W. FRANK,
My Special Sale Days are Every Saturday Afternoon on the Streets ct Waynoka.
Blue Front Livery Barn
ROTII & ROARK, Proprietors.
Bu to and from the Depot and all parts of the City. Best of service, day
mt utrnt. Farmers’ teams carefully fed. Phone 42. Wavnoka.
YORK-KEY LUMBER CO. T
G. W. TIL.TCKN, Manager.
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL
Now located 2nd door So. First Nat’l Ban],
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