The Waynoka Tribune. (Waynoka, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 3, Ed. 1 Friday, February 16, 1912 Page: 4 of 8
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EAST SIDE ROOMING HOUSE The Waynoka Tribune
Marrow Block. MtRKIII f. SPRINUR, 10I10R AND PKOPRIIIOR.
HOBNOBBED WITH ROYALTY
R.. R- R-hoa<is>PrOPtiNi)Ki>HNi)i-:NT in mi
Senator Carter'* Tale of HI* Vlait to
London Quite Squelched Mr.
All Rooms Equipped
with Sanitary fur-
niture and equipment.
Published Every l-’riday ut
WAYNOKA, WOOUS I'OI NTV, OKI.AIInMA
.Subscription, $1 u V-ar. in Advanc
intend on second class mail mnttei
V (brunry 1909, a< the postofflf < at
Waynoka, Ok la., under the act ol
March 3, 1H71*.
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Sanitary Shop. Sterilized Tool*.
McCoy & Lewis’ Pool Hall.
“You arc Next.” _
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ance Telephone Co. lor Local Tole-
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Roosevelt will Ret the delega
tion from Oklahoma forthepres-
i lency, if signs go for anything.
We sincerely hope that will be
T. W. SINGER,
. vViil Make Your
J ,d Shoes
X r y Hi m •
’d boor South of Parks’ Market.
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
omce Phone* Lons Disl. f>0. Farmers. fi.
Kesidcnce lloth Phone*. J4.
Dr, E. P. Clapper
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Dr. Q. G. Gordon--*
Office in State Bank Bldg.
Waynoka, - Oklahoma.
Phone No. 83.
With Trucks Absolutely Safe.
Also all Kinds of Transfer work
At Reasonable Prices.
Phone 71 CHAS. H. HINK.
J. W. Francis
All kind of auction sales cried
Dates made at this office
Phone 255 on 1. Waynoka, Okla.
A ncwlv rich railroad nfltn on one
occaxion bored Senator Carter with a
description of bin first visit to Lon-
don. 'Ihe new millionaire was
rather snobbish in his way* and
ings. lie told of the great people
lie had met and finally asked Carter
if be bad ever been in London.
•<Oh, yes. frequently,’* replied Car-
“Where did you p\d up?”
“Buckingham palace,” was Car-
ter's rejoinder, and he proceeded to
till his newly rich friend how he
and <jueen Victoria and the late
King Kdwnrd, then the prince of
Wales, and all the royal family had
breakfasted together. Carter went
into details giving tlie different
breakfasts every morning at the pal-
ace. lie switched to the luncheons
and finally to the dinners, which ho
described in detail, telling how huge
diamonds were set in the gold din-
ner plates and how the prince of
Wales pried out several and handed
(hem to Carter for keepsakes. Then
Carter remarked on the jolly times
lie had rolling on the floor playing
with the royal children, and this rig-
marole lusted for an hour. In the
end his newly wealthy friend seeraed
to be utterly crushed.
Stai <• of < >1 InhoittH,
O uiitv (.fW.i.-.l-, * *
.1. R. Murtow, P.ajntttT,
rate, !>< • ,
Before S. I» Alton, Justice of
the IVace in and lor the town
of Waynoka of said county.
Notice, Sul'.-tituti d Service.
I nanu iant:
^ .m nr ■ hereby notified that suit lias
been commeive l against you by at-
Uehmont, in the above entitled cause
uml Court, order having bt iMued on
the f.nh Hay of Jan.,1912, and that tin
is now pending therein, that
said action is brought by the
pluintitf to t. cover tin- sum ofrifiy
Dollurs, for and upon Bond.
And you a re further notified tha1
vou arc to appear on the 4th day o
March, 1912, at ten o’clock in the
noon of tliat day, at tin- office of tt.<
said Justice, in the town of Waynoka.
suid county and state, and defend sun
suit or the Bill of Particulars hie.
therein by the plaintiff will be take,
as true anil rendered again*
you accord4igly. g D A,Un>
Justice of the Peace.
M. H. Gordon,
W. <4. Betsey.
Attorneys for Pluintiff.
And when you are plant-
ing, plant Orchard Trees
and Small Fruits!
After this issue the 1 r.buni
will he in charge of the new eel
tor, J. Lee Smith, who come
>ere vvi'h the very best endors<
nent as a newspaper man. W<
i pe he will he well received ’•
ne pat oils of the Tribune, a,
we hope he will keep up the big
standard gained by this pap> )
as a medium of news. Come i,
and get acquainted with him.
SHE DEMANDS SQUARE DEAL
Rich American Wife of Foreign Noble-
man Will Stand No Nonsense
■ ~Jt fc •il tfcR MBVEsi
After four in our family h.
H of consumption L was taken
H a friylitf ul cough r* 1 lung*'
S but :..y life was sn and i gaiuo,
™ " ( -units throu, : using
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W. I> Patterson, Wellington, Tex.
PRICE 5Cc and «1.00 ST ALL DR'T.CISTS.
Yes, we have said it before.
This time we say it with min-
gled feelings of gladness ana
regret. Gladness because w<
are leaving a dirty bunch ol fos
dlized knockers, and —
Regret that we are separating
from a coterie of the best ant
i.ruest friends an editor ever had
We would name those friends,
but they are too numerous.
We could name every one oi
the brindle-brained bunch ol
boneheaded boycotters, but they
are too insignificant.
The Tribune passes into new
hands after this issue, and the
undersigned and family retire to
their poultry patch in the new
state of New Mexico.
We have made enemies, money
and friends in Waynoka.
Enemies, because we made the
Tribune stand for the common
herd and against graft in any 01
all shapes or condition, indepen-
dent of what sum a stand .vould
result in to us.
We made friends and money
because of our determination to
print the uncolored news and ex-
pose unfairness wherever found.
This town has a chance to do
big tilings in the future, but un-
less some kind pestilence wifi
ivmove a limited number of the
Knockers, jobbers and pennv-
grafters, the large bunch that
really try to do something wil
have an awful weight to carry.
We hope and believe that Mr.
Smith, our successor, will large-
ly carry out our ideas of a news-
paper. and we ask that you stay
with the Tribune.
Representative Henry of Texas,
whose campaign against internation-
al marriages has already borne fruit
in the Gould-Drexel wedding and,
the Sears-Vanderbilt engagement,
said the other day in Waco:
“My investigation of internation-
al marriages has revealed one good
thing. This rich American wife
stands no nonsense from her for-
eign husband. She gives him a
square deal and if he doesn t gh '■
her one in return—bang!
“There was a young nobleman
who, on an allowance of $20,000
from bis wife, a New York girl, be-
gan to live a very gay life. Then
came the inevitable separation, the
withdrawal of the allowance and the
end lo all gaiety forever.
“ ‘I’m sorrv, old chap,’ said one of
the nobleman's friends, ‘I m very
sorrv to hear you've fallen out with
“‘Oh, I didn't fall out,’ was the
dismal reply. ‘She chucked me out.' ”
The STEVENS ./Vo. 333
Double Darrel Hammerless
Shotgun — is strongest where
other gruns nrc weakest. '1 he bar-
rels unit tups are drop-forped in
one piece—of liiph pressure steel,
choke bored for nitro powder—
with matted rib.
Pick up this (run and feel the balance
of it —examine the working parts
OI IL - C.MIUIIIIC
closely and see the line care and
of detail—you will say it’s a winner.
It lists at only $20.00 and will t>e
expressed prepaid direct from the (
factory in cusc you cannot secure
it through a dealer.%
Send for new Art Catalog
,nd•* How toShcjot
.VJ. STEVENS ARMS
/£ Sl tool company
And above all, be sure to Plant.
The “Oklahoma Brand!”
Our trees, plants and shrubbery are
grown at Enid, OKLA., anc are there-
fore fully acclimated---sure to live and
grow fast if properly planted.
I represent the Enid, Okla.,
And will be here a few more weeks.
I WANT TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT
YOUR SPRING ORDER OF TREES.
Enquire for me at the Tisue Restaurant.
M. W. Hammer.
P.O. Box BOOS
ECONOMICS IS A FAVORITE.
The first report of the results of
the new “grouping of studies” sys-
tem at Harvard is now at hand. Tin-
der this system every student must
take at least six of his courses in
some one department and six more
courses must be distributed among
the three general groups in which bis
chief work does not lie. As to the
five remaining courses necessary for
a degree, free election prevails. Of
the present sophomore class—a total
of 133 are concentrating their work
in economics, 55 in engineering and
45 in romance languages, English,
historv and chemistry follow in the
order named. The report will cause
no surprise. Economies has long
been a popular subject with college
men, principally because it is sup-
posed to bear a rather close relation
to the life work of the ordinary grad-
Thai's Right, Dig ’em Up.
Way back in September, 1910,
Ex-Gov. T. B. Ferguson got off
the following. Wonder what h<
would say row, after looking at
the tax receipt this year?
/'With an appropriation of $10,-
855,000 in Oklahoma since state-
hood and a deficiency already
staring at the taxpayers, it doei
not look like good judgment or
the part of the citizens to con-
tinue the present administratioi
in power,” says former gover
nor Tom Ferguson, then adds:
‘Today the people of Oklaho
n a are oppressed by taxation
Not very many moons ago Ok:a
homa was a Territory. There
were those who were crying out
about carpet baggers. Go baci-
with us to territorial days. Talo
your lax receipts for the sam<
property and compare vour taxi.
under statehood with your taxe:-
under Territorial government.
Now do this. Get out your olu
tax receipts and compare. Th<
administration under the Terri
tory was republican. Undei
statehood it is democratic. W ho
burdened you most with taxes?
Your taxes are on an averagi
about five times higher inadem
ocratic state than in a republi-
Cain & Morrow
LAND & CATTLE CO.
Elide, New Mexico.
Deeded Farms. Ranches, Relinquishments,
City Property, Gov. Land Located.
Immigration this year to the Newest* and Best* State in
lEe Union will be great,. Get* in on the ground floor!
* lida, Roosevelt County, New Mexico, is located in one cl ihe best sections of
tbe new state for the growth ot Brooai Corn, Milo Maize, Kaffir Corn, Beans,
Watermelons, Corn, Peanuts, Canlaioupes, Sorghum, Cattic ar.d Sheep.
f you are interested in the new “Sunshine State w..te
us for further information. We guarantee you a
square deal in any matter we undertake for you.
(Endorsed by The Tribune.) C3«ir» e* Morrow, Eiido, IV. M.
| WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE THE TRIBUNE.
YOUNG VIRGINIA ARTIST.
Because it gives you the neighborhood news.
Because it gives its readers all the county new s.
Because it gives you all the state news.
Because it gives you uptodate pointers on your business.
Because it tells you where to get the best bargains.
Because it helps good citizens to be better citizens.
Because it booms the town and helps the community.
Because it stands'for better roads, better streets, batei
farms and better business.
Because your patronage will help make it a better paper
and more abL to promote These and ou.er good tliinxs.
One year, one dollar in advance.
Oaptist Church Service* S.S.. 10 n. m.; p reach-
* * in*. 11 a m. Y IMJ.. 7 p. m: preachin*. 8 p. m.;
...„. .. -..... ... m, i»i
prayer meeting. Wed. eve. 7:30.
J. W. Davault, Pastor.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
- ‘ - OVLR 65 YC^RS
in Supreme and all Inferior
Office with Waynoka Realty Co.
1 RADE IV, Ann ii
, . Copyrights &.c.
. attt -'p •ending a sketch and n
invention •« probably r*»tentable. < < n,n»nr c
t ion*strictly confidential. HANDBOOK 0,1 * otcnUj
. Oldest ngetter for
Miss Virginia Wood is one of the
very youngest and most talented of
American women artists. Like many
daughters of the Old Dominion, she
migrated a few years ago to b'ow
York citv, where she soon came to
the fore. Tn her work Miss Mood
employs either chalks or charcoal;
and she has been so exceptionally
successful as a portraitist that her
services are almost continually in
demand by women of fashion, and
wealth. Still on the sunny side of
twenty-five, Miss Wood of '\ irginia
and New York is an extremely pret- 1
tv girl, with an animated manner
and possessed of many qualities
which, make her socially popular.
WHEN CARE IS ADVISABLE.
b* Mt free. Oldest n»re»cT for secnnnir putonts.
pntor.ts taken tbrnugh Munn Jt Co. VCCvItl
raiciua iwu iuh’usu « '
•-pc ..it notice, without charge. In the
Don’t forget to see I.G. Wy-
ckoff about that Singer Sewifig
Machine that you have been
talking about setting for a long
time. Now is the time to get a _ ____
bargain as long as they last.
Headquarters at VYyckoff Bros. JOl*.King’s New Life Pills
Drug Store. The best in the world.
.Ul n 'tKT, ** uoui, vuoiiic. »m
s hfliuMomety ».-.*•». t c'r
dilation of nnv eientlttc Journal. I i * a
T.«ir- four mo* ' as. IL Sold by ail new feeler
MUNN &Co.3S,Broao*,v New Vc.’
“It took Branscomb six months to
make up his mind concerning the
kind of an automobile he would
“Yes. and I understand that he
had known his wife only two weeks
before they were married.”
“Well, buying an automobile is s
_ m 'rasw .7^ .....--
jJt jccmoO ieft - • Bm.-
STEVENS ^Irs> s A> Goff
• Cash Produce Store
Located in Lhe Old Waynoka
Produce Bulding, first doer south
of the old Baker y
We handle Hay, Oil, Meal, Stock and Poultry
The Number 520, Six-Shot
Repeating Shotgun at $25.00
is a liammerless pun with a solid
frame. Easier to operate—quick-
er and smoother action than any
other. It never balks and is
Detailed description of any of our
guns is i’l our 100 Face Free Catalog.
Sc nil for it TO-DAY
If you cannot obtain STEVENS
through your dealer, we
will ship direct, express
prepaid, upon re-
J. STEVENS ARMS
& TOOL COMPANY
P. O. Box BOOS
We pay hipest cash price for Hides, FouIt*ry,
£uitor iiiigoih ot tluf Red Rock
opinion was here Saturday for
be j ur} oj-o of purchasing the
Tribune, but J. Lee Smith hati
he inside track and beat nim
SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL
C. M. GOFF, Manager.
PHONE NO, 122 WAYNOKA, OKLA.
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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/m1/4/: accessed June 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.