The Ripley Bulletin (Ripley, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 15, 1916 Page: 1 of 4
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7 Ripley Bulletin
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MEDLEY & WILLBANKS
Invite you to laipcct their line of
for men. women and children now being
displayed at their store
Lndlt* silk hate, black and while. 35 to 50c
Ladles gauze lisle, black and white • 25c
Ladles Fine ribbed lisle, black and white 25c
Men* silk sox, black, white, champagne and
palm beach . • *. 25c
Childrens and misses fine ribbed hose in black
and w^ite - - 10 and 20:
Plenty of cheaper hosiery for men and
women. Let us show you.
MEDLEY and WILLBANKS .
Phone 13 Ripley Okla
Band Concert Every r«r C*rt Cta*
.» . . - 1 hit* l<« <M la **► m* •
Saturday Afternoon t * *mn #1** oi
Th# jLhm family hutd mat l*«y tu> midIi »*it»jaift t# ih* It*
fd hy K4 Schulze iid 9 Cl Hard? i>uhtirm |iBntiii*« Wi br!ici*
r*h<|er*4 tow* ha# tnuak m the •<■ ran truthfully any dial •*
•trvM-i last Saturday afternoon hat# ih« ihiiity
Farmers : State : Bank
which *t»* mi)oH and ajipruet-
•lid by a (are# numlar af (am-
ple Tbi* wil* h* a regular Sal
urdif aftrrntios feature d*f<n|
dull#* t»f th*s
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a faithful #e*»
Me manner lo
ty la t* rf tm IM®
petilftm and if
mjfcf' the In;
numical sad rape
th# complete *at-
the lummcr and will bn lb# ufecllun to th# lax |*4)#r* of Ih#
means of attracting pn>|il* to county. I hereby re#i»«ctfully
Ripley on Saturdays. . , auliclt th# aulTrag# c f the voter*
at th# primaries lo Aegust and
Death of «l. C. Luther d*# general election in November
J. C Luther quietly breathed Iteepect fully,
his last Saturday afternoon in tha
Stillwater hospital after many
years of suffering from kidney
trouble, lie went to the hospital
about six weeks ago for an oper-
ation and mi ho bid his Ripley
friends good bye he was very
sanguine and in good spirits and
told them that he would return a
well man in a short time. But
that was not God's will, and he
was brought hack a corpse
"Dad" Luther, as ho was com-
n assay, visa rasa
apart* eoon. nan
V g nsaar hwinn
» Jn mans,
Deposits protected bv the Depositors GiivtalM
Find of the Stats of Oklahoma
Does Sloan’s Liniment
Ask the man who used it, he
knows. "To think I suffered all
these years when one 25 cent
bottle of Sloan’s Liniment cured
me," writes one grateful user.
If you have Rheumatism or suf-
fer from Neuralgia, Backache,
Soreness and Stiffness, don’t put
off getting a bottle of Sloan’s.
It will give you such welcome re
lief. It warm and soothes the
sore, stiff painful places and
you feel so much better. Buy
it at any Drug Store, only 25
We deliver any time up to 6 Try Pride of Perry flour-the
p. m — Sharum & Son. j Quality is there, the price is fair.
For up to date dental work
See I)r. Cha* A. Ruhlen. Room
5 Lutz Building Cushing. All
work guaranteed. Phone 379
affice, 347 residence.
Mrs. K. E. Jackson of Gar-
wood, Tex., stopped over here
last week for a short visit with
her brother-in-law, W H. Jack-
son and family.
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Caigill and
daughter, Miss Tresse of east of
Cushing, visited their daughter
and sister, Mrs. Jack Cook,
We grind every day in the week.
First door north of Sharum’s store
COEN, KAFFIR COEN
Will have all kinds of chops or meal on
hand to exchange.
HAUG & AYDELOTT, . Propr’s
Special Notice to Telephone Subscribers
If you desire more and better service for your
money please observe the following:
We have night service r.ow from 9:30 p. nt.
to 5:30 a. m. If you wish to be benefited by it
do not ring on line during closing hours, only when
you want doctor or have other emergency calls,
then you can get through. Non-subscribers call-
ing during night service will be charged 10
cents for each call.
Do not make a regular business of loaning
your phone to non-subscribeis Let them get a
phone and pay for it just as you do for yours. 45
per cent of our cills are by people who have no
phone, and some of them are more able to pay for
a phone than the subscriber.
This keeps the subscriber away from the line
he is paying for and makes extra work for the op-
erator. We are using every effort to give you
more and better service. Let the n^n-subscriber
get a phone and pay for It, then we cau add more
operators as is necessary, and no* have to raise
the price on you. Stillwater cut out our rural
line because w? allowed so many people to use it
who bed no ph?ae.
We will lose all oar other lool conaecting
lines if we perm t this free basin css to go on. So
we esmtstiy ask that oar subscribers to help as la
the above rcgiett, if you desire sore sad better
service for the same money you arc low paving.
monly known bv everybody, wan
69 years old and has been a resi-
dent of this vicinity for twenty
one years and he was known and
highly respected by all. He be-
came a Mason a few years ago
and that body had charge of the
ceremonies and paid their last
sad rites to an honored brother.
Th“ deceased leaves a widow
and three sons. Bate, Charley
and Carl, to mourn the loss of a
kind and loving father. Tbe
funeral was held Sunday after-
noon and the body interred in the
Sevferal farmers in this section
are displaying their wisdom in
procuring thorourghbred stock of
different kinds They are slow-
ly adding to their herds and
while it costs a little more for
the thoroughbreds it pays well
in the long run.
W- 0. Broyles, while he only
breeds for his own use has about
250 head of flue thoroughbred
Duroc* Jerseys, one of the finest
herds of hogs in Payne county.
He has just added to his herd
two bine blooded sows which he
purchased from VV. W. Otey at
Winfield, Kans , fortwoof which
he paid $125,
V. B. Tiner last week received
three registered Poland Chinas
to add to his herd.
A. B. Georgia purchased a
registered Percheron stallion and
mare at Enid a few days ago,
and many other people are inter:
ested in fine stock. No one has
ever made a mistake by improv-
ing his stock and never will.
Latter Day Saints
Elder Joseph Arbtr of Inde-
pendence, Mo., representing the
Reorganized Latter Day Sa nt
Ch jrch arrived here Monday
evening and will preach each
evening during the week and on
Chat. II. Rolf, Ripley.
County Agent’# Letter
All of our country cousins
should try and remember that on
Juno 28 the popular play "Back
to the Farm." will be shown in
.Stillwater. The admission will
be a reasonable figure. This
play is luting iatroduesd over the
United States by the Extension
department and we hope tha
folks at home will avail them
selves of this opportunity of see-
ing something worth while play-
ed by college students in a mod
est up to dute style. At a later
date we will try and be more
definite regarding this production
THE FREE FAIRS
You will notice in the state fair
catalog and articles printed in
the newspapers and farm jour-
nals, that the state fair of 1915
far exceeded any former year in
the excellency of the farm prod-
ucts and that this result was
largely attributed to the work of
the county agents. It is greatly
to be desired that the state fair
for 1916 will excel that of 1615
and place Oklahoma in the front
rank of all tho states, as the
judges of last year, who came
from Illinois and Ohio, said we
did not lack much of being close
to the head at that time.
Every public spirited person
likes to have their community do
well and in just a little broader
sense take prida in the whole
state shining, and climbing tow-
ard the top.
We will call your attention to
a few items in the premium list
that need immediate attention in
order to compete for these prem
The small grains one peck of
each, first premium 50 cents, 2d
25c; one bundle of alfalfa not
larger than six inches in diame-
ter nor less than three 50 cents,
should be tied closely in three
places. Good premiums offered
on all kinds of garden truck and
everything usually exhibited at
the fairs. Also for full sized
bundles of grain.
Keep your sheafs and bandies
of grain in the dark and out of
the wind as much as possible.
Hang th6m up wire where the
mice cannot injure the grain.
In addition special premiums are
given on most everything.
Both county and township cat-
alogues can be had at the Ad-
IntfrMt paid on lima Dcpoalts larfe or mil
Every accommodatlua extended aaaiUteat wftfc
safe and conservative banking. We solicit yoar
STATE OK OKLAHOMA- Hanking fV partiaao*
Tin# i* to certify that th# Farmers Stat# Bank of Ripley,
haa complied with th# laws of this alale for th# protection of
Wank depositories add that aafoty to Its depositor! ta guaran-
teed by th* hrprmi.ira Guarani## Fund of tho Stato of Ok-
lahoma In testimony whereof, tho list# Banking Board
has caused this certificate to bo oxocuted by ita chairman and
attested by ita secretary, ander ita official seal and doUvmod
by the Bank Gimmiaaioner of the Stato of Oklakoam. Doao
at the City <>f Guthrie, this 26th day of March, ia the year of
onr Lord, one thousand nine hundred eight and on the Inde-
pendence of the United States the one hundred tkirty-Arat
Attest: GEORGE C. BELLAMY,
Chairman State Banking Board.
ROY C. OAKES. Secretary State Banking Board-
as that will help you in prepar-
ing and selecting your exhibit*.
If you cannot come for a catalog
ask your committeeman for one
or write A. J. Hartenbower, sec-
retary county fair association,
Stillwater.— Horace B. Wilson,
Look at the bargains on the
10c counter at Bakers Variety
Get out and hustle. You’ll
win. Pride of Perry will help
you on the way.
Mrs Laveda Braxton and
daughter, Mrs. Paul Hope of
Oil'.on, are viaitingthe Sharums.
Remember that Medley A
Willbanks will deliver any mer-
chandise purchafed of them free
of cost to you if you get your or-
der in by 9 o’clock.
The ball boys went to Pemeta
Sunday to play ball but were out-
classed and the score at the close
of the game was 15 to 9. Sever-
al fans accompanied them.
Miss Fannie Hedges of Still-
water is spending the week with
Miss Cammie Baker.
F. L. Arnett wants to buy
your eggs and poultry and will
pay the highest cash price.
Go to Baker’.s Variety Store
for grainiteware, tinware,
queensware and notions.
Charles Leonhart and family
now ride in a Ford which they
recently purchased of Bert Bev-
Carl Lucas came over from
Guthrie and spent Sunday with
his family and F. L. Arnett and
Taken up—Bay mare about 9
years old weight about
pounds, strip of white in face,
thin in flesh, saddle marks. No
other marks or brands, ffwner
may have same by proving prop-
erty and paying expenses. R.
W. Kaufman 3 miles south of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Blank, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Olmstead, Met-
dames W. E. Baker, Ed Schulze,
Elizabeth Ringgeld, C. W.Groft,
M. W. Medley and J. S. Hilyard
and Frank Ringgold motored to
Agra last Saturday night to at-
tend an Eastern Star meeting.
They report a royal entertain-
ment by the Agra sisters.
Elder W. M. Aylor, will join j vance printing office. Stillwater.
him, on Friday evening. All
are cordially invited to attend
In the township catalogues the
premiums have been left blank
Avoid Spring Colds
Sudden changes, high winds,
hifting seasons cause colds and
grippe, and these spring colds
are annoying and dangerous and
are likely to turn into s chronic
summer cough. In such cases
take a treatment of Dr. King's
New Discovery, a pleasant Lax-
ative Tar Syrup. It soothes the
cough checks the cold and helps
break up an attack of grippe.
Ed Harper of Winfield, Kans., Its already prepared, no mixing
has spent part of the last week (or fussing. Just ask your drug-
visiting with B. E. Sharum and gist for a bottle of Dr. King s
family and other old-time friends New Discovery. Tested and
in Ripley. | tried for over 40 years.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hohimer
of Yale visited the first of the
week at the home of their daugh-
ter, Mrs- D. Straughn.
Buford Sharum and family and
Ed Harper of Winfield, Kan-,
were dinner guests at the home
of J£r and Mrs W E Baker Mon-
Ripley Automatic Telephone Co.
their services. We have the for th# committeemen of sach
truth, and would like to tell it to township to fill in Scorecards
you. Questions gladly answer- and rule* for judging are con-
ed. ‘tained in the catalogs, fall men-
- I tion of the baby ahow and vari-
Mr. and Mrs Wellingt n
Knight entertained several at
ttteir pleasaat heme east of town.
They ail had a fine titre and
ta<ee •*<> enjoyed She hospital
ity were A S. Haaskn. A. G. Gil-
bert. & W VcFeaterv. J. L
XcFiatffi. F L SchaU, Si O-
at L>ne sarwrdey
net attractions and classes not
show a in last year's exhibits
There are many m*-»ne premiums1
offered to tbe boys and girl#
cions than ever before, and the
fell requirements are printed in (
tbe catalog. In the grain, pea-
• t.. cell nr. etc.. rr $<# tee prroa-
ium are dfiiel are offered. •>
j nearly rtvy efaapeTvtnr arfli wio
You will find a complete line of re-
freshments that will supply the wants
of the most fastidious
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Roff, Charles H. The Ripley Bulletin (Ripley, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 15, 1916, newspaper, June 15, 1916; Ripley, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1075964/m1/1/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.