The Ripley Bulletin (Ripley, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 15, 1916 Page: 3 of 4
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THE EUROPEAN WAR A
YEAR AGO THIS WEEK
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Turka beat alllta near Sedd ul-
Sub. Llaul. Warncford destroyed
Zeppelin In duel 6.000 feet in air.
Italian dirigible bombarded Pola.
What is Castoria
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soiniiltlm lit* Food* /.guUtro ibo Hbimach anil lluwets, giving health; and
natural sl«c|». Tim children's 1‘iwes Th* Mother's Friend.
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DOjmii, ho* burn Iho stgnaiuie of t’liss. II. Fletclwr, and baa boon mad* under
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All Counterfeits, Intiiatiutte and •• Ju»t-art-good“ are but Experiments that
tnllo with » n l emianger the bi-iilth of Infanu and /9
Children—Experience against ExperimmL /y
(ietuise iaalorla alwa;a brara the signature of'AAfVy
The rbrunlc klrkrr I* slstfi on tba
To Porilfy the System Against
M«ny users vf Grove* Tasteless Chill
Tunic make tl a practice to Mk« this old
et ui.! nil runnly regularly i» (unity the
»v.i-m 4/4111*1 lUe depressing edeci ol
summer beat, as those sho are strong
wttliuaiid the heat of summer bolter lit so
tkuse oho are weak I'rite juc.
iold lor 47 years. F'or Malaria, Chill* and Favor. Also
at Flna Qertaral Strengthening Tonic. 60c sad 91.00 el sli Drag Suns
With money you can buy all tha
friends you want, but they are never
worth the price.
June 8, 1915.
French made advances south of
Arras and In the Labyrinth.
Teutons puahed back Russians in
Secretary of State Bryan re
signed, disapproving president’s
' PINK EYE iHk^.
Cures the sick and nets as a preventative for others
l.l'iuid given on Die tongue. Bare for brood maree and
all others. Heat kidney remedy. 60 cents a bottle, 16 0
dosen Hold by ail druggists and turf goods houses, or sent*
express paid, by the manufacturers, iiooklst. "Oletsa*
per, Cause and Cure.*' free.
SIMIICV MEDICAL CO., Chemists. Goshen, lad.. IT. •. A.
fl IjUrVfPp * I Tarasors pay for their land wtik one year's er op
PljrH I A I aad prosperity wu sever so great
JVlKj Regarding Western Canada as a grain
581^ J prodiicer, a prominent business man
says: “Canada’s position today is
sounder than ever. There is more
wheat, more oats, more grain for feed, 20% more cattle than
A HINT TO WISE WOMEN.
Don't suffer torturn when all female
(rouble* will vanish in thin air after u»mg
"Femeoioa." iTice 50c and 61 oo.— Ailv.
In the Public Eye.
“Jft)way seems quite ut homo In tho
"Why, thut man revels In publicity."
“It’s a wonder to ine how he se-
cludes himself long enough to take a
COYOTE FRIGHTENS THE TOWN
Watch Wasn’t Neceesary.
The colonel of a certain regiment
in Kitchener's army Is a great stickler
for obedience, Instant and coniph te.
'•Smith.” he snid to his orderly re-
cently. ”1 want you to ride down to
the railway station and get me the
Smith shuffled his feet and fiddled
wltn his fingers.
“Well, man,” roared the officer
irately, “why don’t you do as you are
"Please, sir,” replied the orderly
meekly, "I haven’t a watch.”
"A watch—a watch!" snnpped the
colonel. “What'd’ye want a watch for?
Just write it down on a bit of paper."
last year and more hogs. The war market in Europe needs
our surplus. As for the wheat crop, it is marvelous and a monument of strength
for business confidence to build upon, exceeding the most optimistic predictions.”
Wheat averaged In 1915 over 25 bushels per aero
Oats averaged In 1915 over 45 bushels per acre
Barley averaged In 1915 over 40 bushels per acre
Prices are high, markets convenient, excellent land, low in price either im-
proved or otherwise, ranging from $12 to $30 per acre. Free homestead
lands are plentiful and not far from railway lines and convenient to good
schools and churches. The climate is healthful.
There is ao war tax an land, nor Is there sny conscription. For complete infor-
mation as to be»t locations for settlement, reduced railroad rates and descriptive illustrated
pamphlet, address Superintendent Immigration, Ottawa, or
G. A. COOK, 2012 Main Sfreef, Kansas City* Mo.
Canadian Government Agetv*
Savage Animal Finally Driven Away
by School Children Unaware of
A gaunt gray coyote terrorized Po^
tola. Cal. It was first noticed when It
attacked two dogs at the residence ot
Mrs. J. Hardy, who was passing at
tho time, narrowly escaped being bit*
ten when the coyote broke away from
the dogs and attempted to attack her.
The dogs pulled It down again, how*
ever, before It reached her.
During the recess period it appeared
at the schoolhouse, but the children
chased It In a body and frightened It
away. They were not aware of th*
A number of hunters are scouring
the hills close to town in an endeavor
to locate and kill the coyote.
Vaast and the Forest of Le Pretre.
Austro-Germans took Stanislau.
Italians captured Monfalcone.
more troops at
A Will of Nineteen Words.
In one of the shortest wills on rec-
ord, James H. Darling, who died oa
December 3, 1915, cuts off his sons
with but $1 each and leaves all the
rest of his estate to his daughter. The
testament, which is dated February
10, 1910, was filed in the Orphans’
court. It contains nineteen words, us
"After death, I will my daughter,
Annie C. Darling, all my money and
belongings, except $1 to my sons."—
Second American Lusitania note
sent to Germany.
British destroyed German subma-
German submarine sank British
steamer Lady Salisbury.
There are more ways of deserving
punishment than there are of escap-
"Good heavens, Jane, why, when I
told you we would have to practice
economy at the table, have you can-
vas-back duck up here and chicken
3alad down there?”
"Why, dear, didn't you tell me I
must manage to make both ends
"Some of the new cannon they nay
carry over 30 miles.”
Value of Our Horses.
There are about one hundred and
ninety-one million animals in the
United States and they are worth,
roughly, six billion dollars. Is It any
wonder that science has become In-
terested in animals. There are ap-
proximately twenty-one million horses
in the country, representing an in-
vestment of two billion, three hundred
million dollars. The despised mule
may not be so despised when
Cures Ivy Poisoning.
For ivy poisoning apply Hunford's
Balsam. It Is antiseptic and may be
used to kill the poison. Prompt relief
should follow the first application.
ON FIRST SYMPTOMS
Ose “Renovine” and be cured. Do not
wait until the heart organ is beyond
repair. “Renovine” is the heart and
nerve tonic. Price 50c and $1.00.—Adv.
"Are you looking forward to tha
summer with pleasant anticipation?"
asked the optimistic citizen.
"Yes, indeed,” replied the peseimla-
tic person. "A great many people I’m
tired of looking at will go out of town
for the summer.”
"Is It good form for a politician to
recommend himself so highly?”
"It’s a delicate question. A man
naturally feels some hesitation about
praising himself. Still, when he wants
to see the people get a good public
servant, what can he do better than
recommend someone in whom he has
A wise bride borrows her mother-ln-
in-law’s cook book.
The spinster always says It Is a
mistake to marry too young.
sider that he represents five hundred
and sixty million dollars of our total
wealth and that his kind numbers
about four million five hundred thou-
sand.—Popular Science Monthly.
“I hear the young nobleman is
spoons on Gwendolen."
“Yes; It’s made quite a stir.”
June 11, 1915.
Russians defeated Mackensen’s
army and hurled Linsingen’s army
across the Dniester.
Italians took Ploeken.
Fierce fighting for Goritz and
along the Isonzo.
Severe fighting near Maidos, Gal-
Garua, German West Africa, sur-
rendered to Anglo-French force.
For a Tip-Top
Russian destroyer In Black sea.
Children from sanitary homes ad-
vance more rapidly in school than
those from dirty premises.
Quicksilver Is 13% times heavier
Every square mile of sea is esti-
mated to contain about 120,000,000
The 12 countries having the least
blindness are as follows: Belgium
(before the war) had 43 bltnd persons
to every 100.000 of the population;
Canada. 44; Netherlands. 46; Saxony,
47; New Zealand. 47; Western Aus-
tralia. 60; Hongkong. 51; Prussia. 52;
Denmark. 52; Germany, 60; New
South Wales. 60. aad tha ratted
Except that of China. So* Marino
hrta the longest national hymn
Extensive asphalt beds have beee
TNI COLVILLE INOIAN rtSitPVATIOrt
Here’s the why:
The New Toasties have a delicate, true com
matched by any other com (lakes. Trial proves.
They are the meat of choicest white Indian Com
and seasoned, then rolled into thin wisps and toasted
tense rotary heat This new patented process of male
tinguishing little bubbles on each flake* and brings o
derful new flavour.
'Go Great Northern"^ Register at Spokane, Wenatchee,
Coivile, RepubSc or Omak-Mf 5 th to 22od, metusivs
350,000 acres of desirable agricultural lands of the south
half of the COLVILLE Indian Reservation—located in the Columbia
River and Okanogan Valleys of North-Central Washington—will be sub-
ject to homestead entry. “Go Great Northern” and have your choice of
fere registration points including Omdt, only regiitroticn point Actually
on tic reservation and reached only by lie Great A’orthem Railway.
New Post Toasties
—the New Breakfast Delight
Your grocer Km them now.
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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/m1/3/: accessed February 17, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.