The Waynoka Democrat (Waynoka, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1912 Page: 4 of 10
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Figure with us
Ail Kinds of Building Material
Alva B. Simonds Manager Waynoka, Oklahoma
Central Meat Market
E. O. Ludwig, Prop.
All kinds of Fresh and Cured Meats always on
hand and guaranteed to be the very best.
Fish, Oyslers, Pickles and Kraut. We please
We keep constantly on hand a large
v ± w*n We keep constantly on hand a large
1 AKM supply of the purest home rendered
lard and can supply your wants.
We Lead in Quality of Coal...,.
We Sell And Have In Stock
i DEER CREEK ELEVATOR COMPANY
j GEO. MARSH, Resident Manager
Entered us seeond-Hass mail mat
ter tit the postoflic- et Wu'Tinku, < >k
lahomu, unde, u.f ad of Congress ..1 j | [W, tQ our hoin
March 3, 1879. 1
Speaking of republican victory
in Woods County, how does it
jitack up by the side of Demo-
cratic victory in every state in
the Union except three? Just
three more little ringlets to blow
away and Republicanism will
pass into histcry.
A Time For Everything
In the time of storm when the I
Ok la. mighty ship that rounds out the
- future destiny of a community;
quivers and rocks, and disap-1
pointment is ahead of a people,
Die one and richest blessings
that ever succored and prospered j
a city or community, is that of
bors, as taught from the great
book which is the foundation of
foundation of civilization, and
the city inhabited with a citizen-
50 ship that is true to this greatest
taken for less thun aSSt,t, is indeed very fortunate.
*_ Yesterday when strong and
brave men were counciling with
bowed heads, an expression on
their faces that told of the sad
hearts that beat within their
breasts, W. H. Olmstead. of
Waynoka, who was elected rep-
resentative of this county, drove
onto our streets, heading
an automobile procession
from his city, the band from
that city and many of their
prominent citizens. He puffed
up in front of one of our busi-
ness places and made a speech
and the band played. We failed
to understat'd) the meaning of
this occasion, whether he was
„„ oniyforaushort rejoicinf- over his success, or the
Waynoka can't KM«lonK:b'K vote he received in Alva.
Mr. Olmsted is our represeata-
Going to F lorida this Season
To those who know the delights of so journeying in
Florida's sunny clime, there’s no question^ “whether
to go,” but only about “the way to go. And to
those who have the fine
through service via Frisco Lines
even the choice* of a way is settled. A superbly
equipped electric lighted train runs through clear to
Jacksonville <*«• ** iort schedule, kind out about
this through service to Florida.
Am" in. Frioo Ajnmt about fares, otc. Let him plan
your trip. .
F. E. CLARK, Divission Passenger Agt. Wichita
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PhiTips (§b Parnett
Come in and Spend your idle hours in fun
• Located in Old Hendrie Bldg. Cigars and Tobacco.
Don’t forget the date of the
125 stereopticon colored views of
Colorado, at School Auditorium
November 22nd. Price 10 cents.
Sunday was a pretty dry day
in Waynoka, as the water system
came very near going back on
us, but it was
lonjr at a time without plenty of we acknowlertge him M
water. Weve got the habit, , u..._______........ n,,
QUALITY, SERVICE, PRICE
* As an inducement for your trade
C. E. SHARP LUMBER COMPANY
J. A. Byers, Manager 52 Waynoka Oklahoma
The election is now getting on
its finishing touches with the ex-
ception of getting the Carney-
Morgan count made, and itseems
that they are trying to count the
county and state ticket* in one
and failed to get either. Well,
possibly they will get things
straightened out in time to send
in the returns for a Christmas
present, and'this editor will he
glad to even get this, as we are
not expecting anything else.
The republican party is like,
(something like) the eruption of
Mount Vesuvious, the only dif-
ference is that at the eruption of
the Mount there was a great j people stick
amount of burning lava that was I hair at the
such. but. we will add it was the
wrong time to celebrate such an
occasion, and the surprising part
of it is that some of our citizens
took part in shouting with (the
visitors. Were they rejoicing at
the defeat of a home man? This
should be a lesson to men who
pass over lightly the things that
we hold near and dear, and we
should at all times remember
that we have men old in the
service for Alva, who were bend-
ing every effort to elect C. H.
Hyde. It is not customary in
American politics for the victor
to invade the home of the van-
quished in triumphal march.—
Alva Daily Pioneer.
Yes, to at was a strange act
for our people to participate in.
If it had not have been C. H.
Hyde’s home it would not have
looked quite so bad as the Alva
vote is responsible for his elec-
tion. The hard fought battle in
his home town only gave him the
small majority -of 15. Some
feathers in their
left round about showing that I friends and laud their self inter-
there had been something doing, I est to the skies in the face of
but in the instance of the G. O. I the defeated without a thought
P. nothing was left, the whole j for the future,
she-bang went s-p-h-e-e-e-e and
W. G. BESSEY
Admitted to practice in the United States
Courts, Supreme Court of Oklahoma and all
inferior Courts. Supreme Court of Michigan
and all inferior Courts. 0,,*eo,""rirstlrtkillt stme
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all that was left was the little
ringlets of smoke that will
Have you a good Sewing Ma-
chine? You live in the best town
in the state and why not have
The only thing the Republicans the best Sewing Machine. Your
can harp on is the great victory W1t’e just as good as your
of the Republican candidates in neighbor s wile and is entitled
to the very best Sewing Machine
To Whom This May Concern:
Woods County. Taking in con-
sideration that Woods County is
a strong Republican County, it
seems to a man up a tree that
the Democrats are due the crow-
ing even in Woods County, as
they elected four Democrats to
the most responsible offices of
the county, in the face of strong
Republicanism. Bah! Bah!
It will be our pleasure to show you^the
latest correct ideas in Portraiture as shown
at the convention of the Photographers As-
sociation of America, held at Saint Paul, July
Twenty-fourth to Twenty-ninth, Nineteen
hundred and eleven.
It is only fair to emphasize the
fact that President Bush of the
Missouri Pacific Railway Compa-
ny ordered that the men in the
employ of his company should be
given a half-holiday on the 5th,
so that they might have plenty
of time to attend to the duty of
voting. They were released from
that money can buy. The Sing-
er is acknowledged to be the best
and if you will call on or address
the Singer Sewing Machine Agent
at Waynoka, Oklahoma. I will
deliver a Machine to your home
on free trial, and you buy if sat-
isfied. If you are working by
the week or month I can sell you
a Singer Sewing Machine at the
rate of two dollars down and two
dollars uer month. If you live
on the farm where pay day comes
once a year, I can arrange to sell
you the . very best Machine qn
three fall payments without in-
terest. I trade for old Machines
and allow you all they are worth.
I have second hand Machines for
See Them at
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We are selling Co. n Ch ^ps at $ 1.20 per hundred; J
Kaffir Chops $1.15 per hundred; and we have ^
on hand a fine lot of Fancy Lump and Domino +
Nut and Swastika COAL. This Coal is guaran- S
teed to weigh 2COO pounds to the Ten. ^
their duties in order, as an offi- sale cheap. Needles for all makes
cial order ran, “to enable them j of Machines, 3 for 5 cents. A
to exercise the privilege of Amer-.j8-ounce bottle of Machine Oil for
ican citizenship and vote for the i 10c. I clean and repair all maKes
men of their choice.” There was of Machines. Office west side of
a time when the railroads were square, with L. S. Barker,
supposed to exert an improper
Big .Reduction on
„\ . U O IT IT
“THE FEED MAN”
influence upon their employes in
the matter of elections. Perhaps
it is safe to believe that a
mum of such influence ever ex-
isted. Nevertheless, it mav help
to serve the ends of justice to
give full publicity to the step
which was taken in St. Louis
by the president of a great
M. W. McKEY,
mini- Don’t waste your money
ing strengthening plasters. For
| Chamberlain’s Liniment is cheap-
‘ ev and better. Dampen a piece j
[of flannel with it and bind it over
the affected parts and it will re-
j lieve the pain and soreness. For
sale by all dealers.
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Smith, J. Lee & Smith, Marvin. The Waynoka Democrat (Waynoka, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1912, newspaper, November 14, 1912; Waynoka, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc848317/m1/4/: accessed December 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.