The Ripley Times. (Ripley, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, November 9, 1906 Page: 1 of 12
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TH] i RIPLEY TIMES.
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Governor Prvtta •«. •."*"* j ^,2“^'Z?ZTw\»r
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‘ '^.tl-nt'.....dime for that even th. *a«nta ..nool
*J IIUl*"S br;r, -|W»«. d,d .......... *HI po*«r —nt for. To u.. .he moat
with thin titiie ln»n*»r«*«l ru»t*»tn
I,a* Unufil tl»» following procU
**November 29th ha* been pr*+
claim'd our national thanksgiv-
ing duy. Accordingly I hereby
call upon the people of Oklahoma
tdi observe this annual festival by
offering thank* to the Almighty
for benefit* past and prayera for
continuance of Hia favor hence-
forward. I>*t the celebration of
thia occasion be truly unaffected
and in a apirit of rejoicing.
This state and thia nation are
in a condition enviable before
the eyea of ther atatea and
other nation*. Well may our es-
tate be the envy of the world.
No nation on earth has known
during the half century a more
favorable and eventful year than
has the United States the year
now closing. We are at peace
at home and highly respected
abroad. No state in the union
has greater reason for thanks-
giving than has Oklahoma. State-
hood is at last a glorious assur-
ance and the favor of Heaven
has rested upon our fertile prai-
ries and continually g me before
our people everywhere. Toil
has its rewards in prosperity
and contentment. The stand-
ards of civic honesty are high
and the assurance of continued
good government is ours. This
assurance and the quality and de-
gree of our prosperity through-
out the territory call for grati-
The people of the United
States may in part prove the re-
ality of their thankfulness and
their expectation of future bless-
ings by a full and appropriate
Young friend, begin making *........ -......-
your arrangement* now to enter j Newell of Yale, democrat, by 1»*>
the Capital City Business Col* majority. The following are the
lege of Guthrie, Okla., for their return*. We could get no report
most thorough piactical course from Rose township:
of Bookkeeping, Business Train-
ing. Shorthand, Typewriting.
You needn’t worry about re-
sults if you use “Pride of Per-
ry” flour. The best bread ma-
kers will have no other kind*
Try Oldham’s Fancy Patent
I have now on hand a car lopd
of flour of the above name. It is
made especially for me from
hard Kansas wheat purchased
especially for this brand of flour.
There is no better flour in Rip-
ley, Every sack guaranteed.
95c per sack. Two sacks for
$1.85.—Oldham Mercantile Co.
may bM. •!»>* »<y Pl«WW
"«nddry,''rk.UJ|.i,‘nK’’ u!!- .ru“»idU.d»;" -tr.uo
DU-dire unbroken. WIU..I, anallyoot bold I,-there ar.- no »b.u-
th- return of this Ttmnkattivintc d... that hra.e heart- can not
day reminds uatliat we can bc»t surmount
convince the Almighty of the Toil is the Open Hmim ««
aincri.y of our (tr.titudo by wealth and the br.Kl.test crown
putting into the »un, of human | is won in the dual of the arena
,,r.«rea». u* ndiv.duals, that I Whet thone yoon* men did you
which will so far as each of ua ia, too can do.
concerned, aend the world faith-
eat ..n ita way forward and up-
In witness whereof, I have
hereunto set iny hand und caus-
ed the Seal of the Territory <>f
Oklahoma to be atfixed.
Dune at the city of Guthrie
this twenty ninth day of October
in the year of our Lord One
Thousand Nine Hundred and Six
and of the independence of the
United States the One Hundred
(Seal) Frank Frantz
By the Governor:
Chas. H. Filson
Secretary ot the Territory.
logical solution of thi* problem
lathe fad that Uic increasing
scarcity of help caused tlie farm-
er* and other employem to take
iMime drastic action and no one
could devise a move along tb*k
line that would furnish quicker
relief than the election of a dem
octal. There may be other cauaan
as patent as this, but mine more
probable or conclusive.
The 19th district elected Dr.
A wholesome cream of tartar
baking powder. Makes the
finest, lightest, best flavored
biscuit, hot-breads, cake and
Alum and alum-phosphate pow-
ders are injurious. Do not
use them. Examine the label.
MVU. *•*»*» ®®-'
“WHERE THERE’S A WILL THERE’S
Cowardice sits and whines I
can’t”; courage forces. C. A.
Ward entered our school last
year, with only $33. to take a
bookkeeping and shorthand
course. He paid this on tuition
and material, did janitor work to
pay the rest, worked on Satur
days and at odd times to pay
his board. The day he giadua-
ted, he bad paid his tuition, all
expenses, had $20 cash, and $50
a month position, secured by the
college, waiting for him. |
Such courage and determina-i
tion as his always win respect,1
admiration, aid, success!
Another young in .n enrolled
with us with less than $10. He
paid his way, board and tuition,
bv janitor work, milking, cut-
ting wood, etc. Business men
admired his pluck and aided
him. He completed, did the
official reporting of his district
for four years, and is today the
respected head of a growing
Another young man quit work
in a saw mill in debt, borrowed
the money to come to our school
for a combined couraq. of Book
No. 8. Pawnee Co.
No. 9. Pawnee Co.
In The 20th district it is re-
ported that Sullivan, democrat,
js eieoted over Sater by 21 votes.
Kansas and New York is safely
republican and next Congresa
will be strongly republican.
Is more apt to strike a responsive
chord at thi? season than at any
other. ' Tha’s probably because
you’ve had a prosperous season
and your thoughts are with your
folk and former friends “back
east” or “up n yrth,” and there is ^
yearning to visi them and again
see the old fam liar places.
If vmu’vp an attack of "homesickness” write me at
once for pa rticu lars of on r Home Visitors’ Excu rsions
to be run November 13 and 27.
One and one third fare for round trip,
On sale November 13 and 27.
Thirty days limit.
A. C. DAVIS.
Areat The A. T. A S. F. Ry.
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The Ripley Times. (Ripley, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 6, Ed. 1 Friday, November 9, 1906, newspaper, November 9, 1906; Ripley, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1075850/m1/1/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.