The Ripley Bulletin (Ripley, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 22, 1915 Page: 1 of 6
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ftipt?y Next Monday
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Hangs New Threshing
Charles Haug has purchased
n J. I. Case threshing machine
which will he shipped 1 rom tlie
factory at Racine, Wis. on June
1st. This is one of the best ma-
chines made and has
mode', improvements, He also
has bought an 13 horse power
engine. The total, cost is $2976
Charley has had
perience with a threshing ma-
chine and will be able to take
care of the large crop we are ex-
peeling in a first class economi-
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II «'iebmt<* the oeva-
tiers of ivrktn*. Still* ’
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191111111 lodge* will tv* I
nf Guthrie will
ermtd in th»* after*
noon at lot lull, liruthrr Colo*
bio |a otto of our moit eloquent
und interesting slate spank* r*
an*! will have something ins'rue
tivo to r.iy. An excellent pro-
titutn has born prepaP-d.
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tu drill deeper it ia thought that
arrangement* ran and *«ll be
made noon ao that the well will
t»«- drilled to the Bartlesville
•and. The la*t aand passed
through it the name in which oil
wp« found at the liroyle* well
The work still continue* at
the lb>*s well amj they art* niuk*
FARMERS STATE BANK
Wc offer you utl the accommudutloM
consistritI with aufe conservative
Hanking. Deposits guaranteed by
the Guarantee Law >f Oklahoma...
DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY WITH US
W. E. BERRY, President.
L. D. BERRY, Vice President.
E. J. BLANK, Cashier.
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MEDLEY and WILLBANKS
A remedy i’ur divorce' evil-
Buy “Pride of Perry flour,
Just say there is i:o other:
it is tne flour for mother: —
“Pride of Perry”.
Miss Gertrude Long came fro ft
all the! Avery Tuesdav to visit her sister
Mrs. Cress Payne.
Jarm-s Dunkin left Friday last
plenty of ex- j for a business and pleasure trip
to Claremore and.Tulsa.
Mr and Mrs. W A. Iveliv are
in Oklahoma City this week see
jing the automobile races.
Signifies good implements and in addi-
tion to the regular line of farm implements
we are showing the John Deere Binder.
This machine combines all the good fea-
tures of other Binders and several that are
found only on the John Deere.
bee our samples on the floor and you
will be convinced as to its merits.
AND IMPLEMENT C
Willis Wants Your Business
J -houtd make a special eiFort tu
j attend, and all person* ure wel-
come. The Ripley Band has
Ijeen secured to meet the trains
ind furnish music on the street
Dinner and supper will be served
uv the ladies Aids of the Meth-
odist and Christian churches.
The room occupied by the new
picture show ^ has been secured
for a rest room for. the ladies
and'chiidren. The stores v\ ill all
close and a general good time is
expected by everybody.
Stores Will Close.
All the stores in Ripley will
close next Monday from noon un
til five o’clock, so as to give all
the persons a chanee'to attend
the celebration of the Payne
'ounty Odd Fellows As*sociat on
n the afternoofi. Let farmer*
md others take notice and gov-
ern themselves accordingly
First Sunday in May
Rev. Garner will preach at the
Christian church the first Sun-
l;;.y in May. His morning sub-
let will be “Sacred Mountains
of the Bible” and in the evening
“ These signs shall follow them
VV. R Bridwell and daughter
firs. Roy C. Jordan and brother-
in-law, G W. Shehan went to
)kbihomaj3ity Wednesday to see
:u a i o nooile races Mr. She
han will return to his. home at
A Tuba company ha* conract*
to begin a well four mile* south
of Ripley within the next thirty
days They have ha ed four
quarter* in the Tom Howell und
L. C. Myrick neighborhood.
The Harmony school closed last
Friday afternoon and the patrons
mot at tho school house and
spent a pleasant afternoon. It
is not necessary to say that the
school has been a success the
past term when we say that the
teacher, Mrs. Ilo Jordan, has
been engaged to teach the com
ing winter at an increased sal-
Died. W. H
Franci* V. Jameson died Mar
26, at his home at Lyons. Colo.
Ho formerly lived for ubout 1U
>ear* on a farm west of Ripley
und will be remembered by many
of the old timer*. He ha* been
u prominent Odd Fellow for 15
years. Beside* his wife he
leave* three sons and three dau
ghters to mourn hi* loss.
Duff was in town to-
Mrs Ellen Elmore came home
from Guthrie last Saturday, and
is comfortably settled at the
h me of her daughter, Mrs. Chat
Williamson in the Kyle property.
She is unable t'1 ave-tho him?e
but she desires her friends to
know that she enjoys their vis
Get the Safety Habit.
Go see Runaway June at the
old Electric theatre Wednesday
night. Stories furnished free.
By far the be9t and most up to
date picture ever shown in Ripley
Why? Because everybody says
so and large cities are now show-
Messecar & Riddle.
S S Williamson received this
week a fine bunch of yearling
steers which he purchased near
Norman. He has them for spec-
ulation and they would look good
on a Payne county farm. They
are in excellent condition-
Last Friday L. F. Lindenmey-
er called at the Bulletin office
and ordered some bills printed to
advertise his fine horse, Ned,
fimj triso added his name to our
subscription list. Mr. Linden-
mejer is one of Payne county's
industrious and prosperous farm-
They bring it to
Obe Broyles made
Mrs. J. C. DeJarnett was in
Tim Wade of Oilton visited hia
family here Sunday.
German millet seed, good qual-
ity, for sale at the Ripley Feed
If you desire something fancy
m the grocery line, phone No.
Mrs. W. E. Baker and daugh-
ter, Miss Cammie, visited Guth-
rie this week .
C. P. Willis of Stiilwater was
here looking after business inter-
A letter from Mrs. Homer
Leighter this week says that
hey have homesteaded a sec-
ion of land near Craig, Col and
ire much pleased with that
i untry. They send their best
•egaids to their Ripley friends
S. W. McFeaters has been
confined to the house since Dec-
mber 2, and was down last Fri-
day for the first time. In com-
any with Mrs. McFeaters he
isited Cushing Sunday,
The Ripley Trading Company
have traded off Old Bill, the old
delivery horse, for a cow, and
have since traded the cow for a
mule. Old Bill has been a faith-
ful horse and has been on the de-
livery wagon for the past six
Lafe Kelly arrived last Sunday
from Florence, Kansas, and will
visit a few days with his broth-
ers, John and Marion, and many
other relatives and friends in
There will be a double header
base ball game Friday afternoen
on the home ground*. The Still-
water high school and the Still-
kids will play the Ripley Rattle-
When Ernie Ballard and James
Bradfield wrote us a letter tell-
ing about alfalfa six inches high
in the irrigated section of Kan-
sas, W. E. Cook heard of it and
had on display the next day a
bunch from his field which meas-
ured 19 inches.
Since Obe Broyles has gotten
in the ring and buying cotton
tho other cotton buyers have
side tracked Ripley, Obe is
buying it as fast as it is offered
fur sale and pays the top prices.
He paid $9.12 1-2 for cotton this
Geo M. King was in Ripley
The east side and west side of /
Tuesday. He has been having
i the streets played ball Sunday j
some repairs made for his car
and the west sice came out best I
which were t nsa: sfactory, and
by a score of 8 to 7. It was a
came to Ripley to have it done
good game. L
Mr and Mrs Ed Eppltr came .
The Rii-ley R< Lekahs have a
from Stillwa'er and sj»ent San- -
piano which they recen'ly pur-
day with Mrs Epplcr’s parents 1
chased and has been placed in
Mr, and Mrs. Frank Arnett
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Ford for Sale
C. M. Shrcves is very sick at
A good 1914 model Ford tour-
h*s h-.Hi.e frMutLeast of Riptey
ing car for sale. Run »t**s than
an J tots friends are rnurh alarm-1
1006 mdea. With seat covering
and extra irner tube. Cash er 1
J E tirr^tnrd «f tKr
•o time. - Chas Wade. Rip^v 1
t ' * 1 5‘ !»i>r
«*m* stay litis vstl.
Baled Hay for Sale
Tim OkMbeana Cvtjr Trade vs-
I have 339 hales gamJ feai-
rit fear far wyr at W er*?rs per
lsr»« fc*a«Ura »Ul vmti kq
fettle- L E A its A a Mtotlt
(4 Ma> t
Attorneys John P. Hiekam of
Stillwater, McGuire of Guthrie,
County Judge Jones and County
Attorney Turner passed through
Ripley today enroute to Cushing
on legal business.
Dr. J. F. Dungan of Cushing
made a professional call north of
Ripley last Friday
Nearly new steel stalk cutter
>r sale cheap Inquire at the
Mr*. Chas. Wade and dau-
iter Elsie, were in Cushing
M. W. Medley and J. C Olm
stead visited Norfork and other
oilfield towns this week.
A baby boy arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs, Albert
Cox last Saturday night.
Mrs, L. S. Dunlap and daugh-
ter, Helen, was in Stillwater
from Saturday until Monday.
Ernie Smith is improving and
his his friends and physician
think he will soon be able to ba
Mrs. S. G. Hardy and little
son left today for Hollenberg
Ks , for an extended visit with
Mrs. J. D. Bennett and chil-
dren visited her parents in Still-
water Sunday. They returned
with her in their automoble.
For up to date dental work see
Dr. Chas A. Ruhlen, room 5
Lutz building Cushing. All
work guaranteed. Phone 376
office, 347 residence.
When we stepped into the Rip-
ley Trading Co’* grocery one day
iast week they were having a
“sweet time”. A child had
knocked off a gallon bucket of
syrup which had bursted and
spilled over the floor
AT DENNY & SONS’
several pairs of Oxfords which we will
ts of cost. They are all new
jrks and patterns and mast fa
Coat quick if joa waat a
ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES
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Roff, Charles H. The Ripley Bulletin (Ripley, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 22, 1915, newspaper, April 22, 1915; Ripley, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1078408/m1/1/: accessed December 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.