The Waynoka Tribune. (Waynoka, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, September 30, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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THE WAYNOKA TRIBUNE.
WAYNOKA, WOODS COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. FRIDAY.* SEIT.V’U).
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Oklahoma Free Employment Bureau.
The Oklahoma Iree Employ-j I .<-t it be understood that the
ment Bureau is an institution au- Tribune does not assail the real
thonzed and maintained by the democrats of Oklahorna for the
state ot Oklahoma, for the hen- Haskell rule, but we do declare
efit of every person who may in emphatic terms the Haskell
_ wish to avail themselves of its adminstration is and has been
services, which is to receive ap- rotten to the core. Mr. Haskell
Perhaps we ought to be satisfied with present Achieve- plications from persons wanting has huilt up a machine that even
ment. But, you know, the more a man gets the more positsons, and calls for help want-
we wants, this being true, we are then Bureau seeks to serve
all persons alike, regardless of
A Square Deal Wanted.
Jus i f i e d,
In solicing new business,
well equipped to handle it.
and especially so since we are so
First National Bank,
A. ( I IKIdlC,
Everything in the Grocery line.
New and Fresh.
Fresh Fruit Every Day
Diamond “K” Flour.
And Chase & Sanborn Coffees.
Located in Martinson Building.
You need in our line
Can be found in
WE STRIVE TO PLEASE YOU
and carry the best of
UNTIL YOU GET OUR PRICES.
We can save you Money.
C. E. SHARP LUMBER CO.
J. A. BYERS, Manager. PHONE 52
FRY «Sr CAVOT,
New and Second Hand Furniture and Steves.
Your full Money’s worth every Time
Now located 2nd door So. First Nat’l Bank
nature of the work; whether it
he professional or unskilled la-
There are three offices to
which employers or employees
may refer their wants; the main
office of the Bureau, with Supt.
E. W. Vance, in charge, room
218 Culbertson building. Oklaho-
ma City; another at 107 Broad-
way, Muskogee, Thos Wiley in
charge; the other at 12(5 A Inde-
pendence ave., Enid, J. H. Pich
All of these offices are under
the direction of the Commission-
er of Labor, Chas. L. Daugher-
ty, Guthrie. /
Persons corresponding with
the free employment depart-
ment should address the office
Persons using the Bureau as a
medium for getting the employ-
er and employee together will
please advise the number and
and kind of help desired, wages,
conditions as to room and board,
white or colored, directions for
reaching place of employment,
should specify the kind of work
wanted, qualifications for same,
lowest wages that would be con-
sidered, age, sex, nationality,
married or single and if married
the number of dependent child-
ren; also if they would consider
work other than that asked
E. W. Vance, Supt,
Thursday or last week a loyal
bunch of Odd Fellows, who had
learned of the illness of John
Dalby, west of the river, loaded
up a barrel of ice water and a
complete lunch and repaired to
the Dal by home. On arrival
they got busy and pulled and
cared for the broom corn crop.
Those present were:
N. L. Tissue, Mellies Eaton, J.
D. Shrader, R. W. McNally, D.
P. McNally, L. J. Johnston, C.
B. Cecil, G. W. Patton, J. N.
Singer, Joseph Buie, H. A.
Smales, W. M. Lowther, Wm.
Stephens, W. C. Adams- Geo.
Keller, Jas. Miller, B. F. Chap-
pel, F. A. Chritton, S. D. Gam-
ble, D. B. Singer, W. C. French.
C. F. Beaman.
Other members wrho could not
go sent substitutes: T. A. Wat-
tenbarger—J. E. Wilson; W. D.
Cope -Jim Frawley; Doc Graves
—Roger Graves; Hink & Avery
—W. A. Cecil; Frawley & Co.
Roy Hattery; R. Gregory—Eddie
The brothers demonstrated
the conservative democrats them-
selves will not stand for.
A democrat, a republican or a
Socialist is perfectly justified in
voting for the party that prom-
ises the best things for the peo-
ple, but we predict that Cruce
will he defeated for governor by
the democrats of the state for
the single reason'that he does
not stand for a square deal.
On this proposition he falls down
woefully because he endorses
the Haskell administration in
toto, and any intelligent man
knows that King Charles has
turned down the wishes of the
people on several occations. His
action in the dispensary case,
the election law, the capital lo-
cation and many others fully
demonstrate his supreme con-
tempt for his old slogan “Let the
What the people of Oklahoma
want is a square deal for all, and
since Cruce is Haskell’s sworn
follower we need look to him for
nothing different than the Has-
kell grafting game.
Put your finger on the man
who is responsible for the fact
that Oklahoma is in debt $3,000,-
000 when the constitution very
ulainly says that the state’s
indebtedness shall at no time
exceed $400,000. Who is the
Pick out the man who has
been forced into court more than
any governor in the union. Who
is the violator of the law?
Find the man who is selling
the school lands in order to make
up a deficiency in the state school
lands department, against the
wishes of the people, and you
have the man who said, “If the
supreme court has any more con-
tempt for me than I have for it,
it’s a dandy. ”
Haskell has succeeded in con-
trolling every branch of the exec-
utive in Oklahoma but the Su-
Put an end to such corruption
in high places by denouncing Has-
kell and his henchman; Cruce.
A fair deal, a square deal ir-
respective of politics is what we
need. Vote as you please, but
vote for a clean man.
This is not aimed at the dem-
ocratic party, because neither
Haskell or Cruce represent the
democracy of the state, but are
out for the coin pure and sim-
E. NALL, Pres. Z. M. BAKER, Vice Pres. L. E. RALL, Cashier.
Deposils in this Bank arc Secured by the Depositors’ Guarantee Law
ol the State ol Oklahoma. Your Banking Business Appreciated.
• » • *--
DO YOU USE LUMBER?
Owing to the fact that we have accumulated
a great amount of
Weather Worn Stock
in our yards, and as we wish to make some
improvements, and put in a
Clean New Stock
We are offering our damaged stock at a
Figure with us before you buy
Panhandle Lumber Co.,
Successors to C. K. Luce.
H, 2, PHELPS, Manager.
P. S.-C0ME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED.
Ol___• • soutn or commercial Bank
onoe Kepamng*. opposite the Red front barn
Cimarron Bridge Business.
As the effect of an aggressive
campaign by Waynoka citizens
to build an inter-county bridge
across the Cimarron west of this
their fraternalism by caring for city, tne following advertise-
a sick brother’s brush. F’rater-; ment for bids by the Woodward
nalism pays. county commissioners shows that
---- j it pays to hustle if you want any-
TRIBUNE OFFICE MOVED. “EL.. ««
Hereafter the Tribune of- ^oarc* °f county commissioners of
| fice will be found in the C.S VVoo<lward and Woods Counties win re-
Flora building, first door
south of Commercial Bank,
John R. Murrow,
All Kinds of Insurance.
Plenty of Money on Monthly Payments.
DEEDS, MORTGAGES, ABSTRACTS, CONTRACTS.
Up-stairs in Nat’l Bank Bldg. Waynoka, Oklahoma.
DEER. CREEK ELEVATOR.
Pays the highest Market Price for Grain.
Corn and Oats For Sale.
A Full Line of
cieve bids up until 5 o’clock, a' m.,
November 11, 1910 for the constru tion
of one girder bridge, placed on pile,
forty foot spans. Total length 1921'
Here you will find us com-, f' < t- 1918foot centers constructed
fortablv located the Cimarron river between section 5.
and 8, twp. 24. N. R. 10 W. 1. M. ir
••Try 1 (* nigiH luuiiiaiiu I eauy U4 get Wood8 county, Oklahoma. Shipping
£ FcHISTGI* * .OBI FT ~\7~ t ' cut printed matter On short point Henan, Okla., two miles fron
-w—| ^ notice. Col. Springer will br.dge site. Plans and specifications cn
CJL v •• 1 rL K rl I I J1 proprietor. , be found on duty, ready to fik? at ‘ of the county clerks
Will do all Kinds of Dray Business. First Class Service. Vour auctioneering and
Moving Fiar.es a 5pacialtv, Iguaiantee satisfaction.
d r Come m and swap lies.
of Woods and Woodward counties after
October 1st. 1910.
F. K. TUCKER,
County Clerk of Woodward County’’
ART DAVIDSON HAS THEM.
If you are looking for a HOME and want lots or
land on terms to suit you, see him and
he will supply your wants.
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Springer, Merritt E. The Waynoka Tribune. (Waynoka, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, September 30, 1910, newspaper, September 30, 1910; Waynoka, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc848496/m1/1/: accessed April 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.