The Waynoka Tribune. (Waynoka, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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TIIE WAY MIKA TRIBUNE.
WAYNOKA, WOODS COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY. FEB. 10. 19i2.
1.1. A. Stine,
W. H. Olmsted, V-Prest
first National Bank
Capita! St»ock - - $25,000
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G. E. Nickel,
We solicit your Business.
J. A. Stine, L. L. Seine,
Olmsted and R..
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W. G. BESSEY, Lawyer.
Office over Hall's Clothing Store.
Admitted to practice in the United States Courts Supreme Court
of Oklahoma and all inferior courts. Supreme Court ot Michigan
and all inferior courts.
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City Meat Market
J. W. EATON. Prop
NONE BUT THE VERY
The Hound Dog Song.
Every time I come to town
The hoys keep a-kicking my
Makes no difference if he is er-
They gotta quit kickin’
My dwag Drum is er-good
Trails the possums on
Takes the scent an, runs
An’ I ain’t a-goin’ to let
kick him roun’.
You can hear his bay where
He talks up loud when the
trail he’s foun’,
He leads the pack of other
He’s too good-er dwag to be
Missouri trained, ismyol’ houn',
As pure of breed as ever was
There ain’t no better dwag in
An’ they got a-quit kickin’ my
He’s one Missourian, I’ll - be
Don’t have “to be shown”
when game’s aroun’,
Fer he scents the air ’en sniffs
An’ you-all’s got-er stop kick-
in’ my houn’.
All kinds of Lunch aoods constantly on hand.
Goods delivered when you wont them and just like you order.
Our Meats are all properly Inspected
and kept in a perfectly Clean and
We make our own lard, sausage and hamburger,
all of the purest and best materials to be found.
We wan! your Business and will give yeur order, large or small, due attention.
Free Gity Oelivery.
Phone 44. We want the Patronage of Particular People.
The Bald Headed Liveryman,
Wants to get Married. Come and feed your
“ teams or Get, Your Rigs.
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QUALITY. SERVICE. PRICE.
^ As an Inducement lor Your Trade.
C, E. SHARP LUMBER COMPANY. t #u
J A BYERS Manager. Phone 52. Waynoka, Okla.
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Portales Beet Sugar Plant.
The American Sugar Refining-
Company has discovered that the
Portales, N: M., section is about
the best place ever for raising
sugar beets. A branch of this
concern has a capital of several
million of dollars which it pro-
poses to use in making sugar
from beets grown in that par-
ticular part of the state. Things
have anvanced to that extent
that a two million-dollar plant
will be commenced within the
next sixty days to take care of
this year’s product of beets.
The plant while under construc-
tion, will employ one thousand
men, and after completion, re-
tain about eight hundred during
the season of operation. The
company has a contract with the"
farmers owning thirty thousand
acres of irrigable land whereby
the farmers are to plant, culti-
vate and harvest this large acre-
age in sugar beets for a period
School Land to be Sold.
Oklahoma City, Feb. 2. The
Seventh district for the sale of
Oklahoma school land was creat-
ed today by order*of tin* land
commissioner*, which will place
the market, probably this
summer, 128,027 acres of sections
13, It* and 3(5.
This.will he the first land of-
1 fered under terms of the act of
the Third legislature for sale of
all the remaining school land,
and will be confined to areas in
I Woods and Harper counties ow-
ing to the limited funds the de-
partment has with which to
make appraisements and prepare
for sale. The legislature in au-
thorizing the sale, appropriated
nothing for expenses.
Seed to the Acre.
The opinions of farmers differ
materially; and then the climate
and soil have much to do with
the quantity. The quantity of
seed sown broadcast to the acre
is about as follows’*
Wheat........ U to 2 bu.
Barley___ _______ li to 2A bu.
Oats____________ 2 to 4 bu.
Rye_____________ 1 to 2 bu.
Buckwheat______ £ to 1A l>u.
Millet____________ 1 to li bu.
Indian Corn_____ 1 to 2 bu.
Beans _______ — 2 to 3 bu.
Peas____________ 2h to 3h bu.
Hemp __________ 1 to li bu.
Flax____________ £ to 2 bu.
Timothy _________12 to 24 qt.
Mustard 8 to 20 qt.
Redtop __________ 12 to 16 qt.
White Clover______ 3 to 4 lbs.
Flat Turnip ____ 2 to 3 lbs.
Red Clover_____10 to 16 lbs.
Ky. Blue Grass 10 to 15 lbs.
Orchard Grass 20 to 30 lbs.
John R. MURR.OW,
Ldw, Loans, Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
All Legal Work Entrusted to us will be Carefully Attended to.
Ollice in Morrow Bldg.
Printed Letter Heads.
Printed letter heads and
lopes are traveling
The Dollars that Slip
nvi. From IKe Pockets
_______ _________^ advertisers. Did you ever stop to think how
When a letter comes, it makes a much easier it is to spend money
big difference if it has a printed foolishly when vou have it in
Panhandle Lumber Co.,
All Kinds of Building Material.
We want your Patronage.
CHAS. E. HOOPER
AIT Kinds of Building Material
Figure with L's.
G. W. TILTON, Manager.
For the Best,
Homestead Law Passes the Senate.
The senate passed Monday
without opposition the Borah hill
reducing to three years the time
required for proving up on a
homestead entry and permitting
the entryman to take six months’
leave of absence from his entry
It is believed there will be
strong opposition to the passage
of tne measure in the house.
Secretary Fisher and Land Com-
missioner Dennett have advised
the House Public Land commit-
tee to reject the bill.
Judge Popes Confirmation Delayed.
It will Drobably be over a week
ere the Senate committee will
report on the disposition of the
nomination of Judge Pope for
United States district judge of
t New Mexico. The ueiav is
I caused principally that a dele-1
m*o firvn AnnAPinfr Dn
If You Have Scalp or Hair Trouble,
Accept This Offer.
When we promise your money
back for the mere asking if Itex-
all “93” Hair Tonic does not do
as we claim it will, you certainly
have no reason for even hesitate
to try it. We do not ask you to
obligate yourself in any way.
We could not afford to so
strongly endorse Itexall “93”
Hair Tonic and continue to sell
it as we do, if it did not do as we
claim. Should our enthusiasm
carry us away, and Rexall “93”
Hair Tonic not give entire satis-
faction to the user, they would
lose faith in us and our state-
ments, and in consequence our
business prestige would suffer.
Therefore when we assure you
that Rexall “93” Hair Tonic will
promptly eradicate dandruff,
stimulate hair growth and pre-
vent premature baldness, you
may rest assured we know what
we are talking about.
We honestly believe tuat Rex-
all “93” Hair Tonic will do more
than any other human agency
toward restoring hair growth and
hair health. It is not greasy
and will not gum the scalp or
hair or cause permanent stain.
It is as pleasant to use as pure
cold water. It comes in two
sizes, prices 50 cents and $1.
Remember, vou can obtain it only
at our store,— The 'Rexall Store.
letter head and envelop. It
looks like business and it is busi-
ness of the best kind.
The farmer needs just such
printed letter heads. There
should be something for sale on
every farm and the letter head
can he made to advertise it very
cheaply. It will also he found
that the printed letter head will
have quite an influence on the
person himself. The more lie
sees it the more pride will be
taken in keeping up the quality
of articles for sale.
It is not an accident that busi-
ness men in all lines use the
printed letter head. They have
found that it is a good business j
proposition. These farmers who
tried it have found it profitable
and a source of pride. The cost j
will not bo so muQh more than
plain paper. It may seem a lit-
tle large but then one wants to
remember that he is getting a
good many sheets and envelopes
at one time.
your pocket than it is when you
have it deposited in a good hank?
It is not a man’s capacity to
make money that makes him
richer, but rather his ability to
save it. Start an account with
us today and see what a differ-
ence it will make.
[HE COMMERCIAL BANK
Pay as you go
Many a may has to he scared
into being good.
If you would please your
neighbor say less than you think.
A man reaps what he sows—
and rips what his wife sews.
When a fool gets angry he
furnishes the proof of his fool-
The devil seldom wastes any
time trying to tempt a busy man.
No man becomes ajailbird just
for a lark.
It is the doing, not the saying,
that makes the hero.
It is not necessarily true that
the worst is yet to come.
The man who lives twice as
fast as he should is apt to see
Ic is a good policy to look
ahead if you are headed in the
A woman never considers a
man a bore as long as he talks
to her about herself.
CASH PAID FOR
Manager Harvey House.
Cora Andrew Winner Again.
At the close of the contest for
our $25 silver water set last
week Miss Andrew carried off
the prize. She has won more
prizes in this contest than any
other candidate, because she has
worked the hardest.
Standing of Our Candidates.
Following is the
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they can
not reach the diseased portion of
the ear. There is only one way
to cure deafness, and that is by
constitutional remedies. Deal nos
is caused by an inflamed condi-
tion of the mucous lining of the
eustachian tube. When this tube
is inflamed you have a rumbling-
sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, deaf-
ness the result,and unless the in-
tiammation can be taken out and
this tube restored to its normal
condition hearing will be destroy
ed foreverinine cases out of ten
are caused by catarrh, which is
Look. Look. Look-
Look tiow low Boyle <K ixusseti
It is all right to get your little j nothing but an inflamed condit-
hiimmer -when you have occas- ioimd the mucous surfaces.
A girl never
. J I of deafness (caused by catarrh)
lias to coax a t|iat cannot pc cured by Hall's
Go to W.H. GUMMERE, the old reliable farmers riend
At> the Waynoka Feed Mill.
gation opposing Pope may lie
heard. This will also hold up
ihe confirmation of Stephen B. *
Davis of Las Vegas to be United
States district attorney
J Island Tribune.
c.e celling Hardware,
iin and Copper Ware, all kinds
of House Furnishings, Wood
work. Singletrees, Doubletrees,
Spades, Shovels and Scoops
n , .Cross-cut Saws, Buck-savs,
Kock i Oil stoves, the best Wash-
i young man not to spend so much Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars
* . . . . I-.,... n ihno nl*/. ! 111 1 I 'IlnllOl AV f ’n I \ klft»f l< k ( )
her after they are
ing Machines on the market.
Don’t be deceived the mean-
ing of the word “fresh” means
FRESH. Ours are fresher, why
not belter? The Rexall Store.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Take Hall’s Family Fills for
Buy the Favorite Incubator,
sold by Boyle & Russell, because
it is the best and price is right.
Here’s what’s next.
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Springer, Merritt E. The Waynoka Tribune. (Waynoka, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1912, newspaper, February 16, 1912; Waynoka, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc848220/m1/1/: accessed June 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.