The Exponent. (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 35, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 2, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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"IN GOD Wt TRUST '—TH'-HK WITHOU r B \< • ' MUST PA\ IN ADVANCL,
RALSTON, OKLAHOMA, SATI KDAV MORNING, DKCKMHKR 1905. No. 35.
Published every Saturday.
Display advertisements, per inch.. H
Locals,1 per line Ui
Subscription, *1 a year, in advance,
w. a. smith, - - Publisher.
Entered as second-class mail matter
April 15, l«.H r , at the postoffice at Kai-
stoti. Oklahoma, under act of congress
March 3, 1HTO.
The Ralston schools are havinj
a ruinations this week.
Finley Howls and wife are visiting
relatives,near Me sham.
A little ready cash
ways at Davis*.
will go a long
I eaies yes rood ones in the Osaye
reservation, neeH. K. Thompson.
Linnie Robinson of Pawnee, visited
friends in Ralston Saturday and Sun-
Miss Addie Stout , is visit ag her
aunt and nacle, Mr. and . — er
Busby, this week.
Al.I^erickhairhis old store build-
ing on Sixth street moved to the
.south line of his lot. this week.
Misses Orchis and Vesta Craves of
Pawnee, spent, last Sa'nrday and Sun-
day at the hdme of Mr. and Mrs. Par-
Wednesday night was the coldest of
the season and with scarcely duds
enough on to flag a handcar, the fu-
ture don't look good to us.
The Methodist people desire to
thank those who rendered their part
of the program so ably at the tem-
perance union meeting Sunday night.
John Lamberson is having a stone
walk put down in front of his proper-
ty on Main street, just west of the
opera house. Levick & Lang are do-
ing the work.
Rev. A. T* Huber of Pawnee, will
preach at the Presbyterian church
both morning and evening on Sunday
next, December 3d. AH are cordially
invited to be present.
The Westminister Junior society
recently presented a pair of vases for
the pulpit of the Presbyterian church.
This is a flourishing little organiza-
tion aud the children deserve much
credit for the work they are doing.
Homer Busby has just received a
fine instrument case filled with surgi-
cal instruments for veterniary pur-
p )ses. The case and instruments cost
him $100, and he is now we 1 equipped
for all kinds of veterinary work.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bagby left last
Monday afternoon for Kansas City,
where the doctor will purchase holi-
day goods. Before returning home
they will visit relatives and friends
in St. Joe, Mo.
Jesse Newport, who had Din Bell
arrested last Monday for an assault,
was also arrested the following day
for the same offense, charges haviug
been preferred by Bell. Jesse plead
guilty and was assessed five dollars
The Pawnee county farmers insti
tute to be held at Pawnee next Mon«
dav and Tuesday, is of fast impor-
tance to every farmer in the county,
aud its to be hoped that the meeting
will be largely attended.
The Exponent family helped Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Levick devour a big
fat goo.«.e, Thanksgiving day. The
bird was nicely baked with plenty of
dressing on the side, besides plenty of
>ther good things to eat. Hereafter
when we want a good meal we will
know exactly where to go.
Every broad-minded citizen should
plan to attend the International Live
Stock exposition at Chicago. Decem-
ber 16 to L'3 inclusive. It stands for
growth and expansion in live stock
productlor. Consult your agent re-
garding rates etc.
With apples selling at >2 a bushel,
Colorado potatoes at $1.10 aud hen
fruit scarce at 25 cents per dozen, it
is no wonder that we have concluded
to cut out all luxuries and feast on
rice, rolled oats and other wholesome
V D. EBERWEIN, —
Grain, Live Stock, Feed and Coal.
\\Y will pay you all the market affords for your ('.rain and
Hotrs, and we keep on hand Kansas and Coloardo coal.
COME IN AND SEE US.
E. E. Davis is evidently interested
iu the success of the Exponent. He
is not outy one of our best advertisers
but he lends assistance in many other
ways. This week he secured an ad
for us from W. C« McConnell of Pa*
huska, who is advertising for lost
stock. Were it not lor these little
acts of kindness the newspaper busi-
ne*« wqpld be a failure.
One dun mare, white hind feet and
white face; also one bay roan mare,
left fore foot has been cut-011 wire
and is contracted. One bay horse colt,
one white hind foot and white face.
Please notify W.G. McConnell, sec
ond hand store, Pawhuska, Okla.
Earl and Lulu Allen enrolled iu the
primary th s week.
Daisy Darke has enrolled in room 4.
Alice Ross is out of school on ac-
count of sickness, but wc hope she
will soon be with us again.
Inez Borror and Lademo Day were
not in school Tuesday.
The pupils have the '-rooms dece. -
ated beautifully for ThanKsgiving.
Bryant McClentic has stood first in
A-seventh nistory for the week past.
Pe«rl Wadelow has ranked first in
A-fourth arithmetic the past week.
Anna Wheatly has stood first in his-
tory in room six for the past week.
Ray Brown stands first in A-first
grade arithmetic this week.
First National Bank.
Real estai , luruiture and
U. S. bonds and premiums
Cash and with banks
With U. S. Treasurer
Cashier's checks 89.2.)
Total l ,flW.81
The above statement is correct.
J. E. Berry, Cashier.
Bus Line and Livery Stable,
Patronize Home Industry
By taking your washing to the
Snowflake Steam Laundry
Having located at Ralston in the Laundry business we solicit
vour patronage. Ou« work is first-clans and our prices reason-
able. Our wash days are Mojidays aud Thursdays of each Keek
aud the washings will be delivered twice a week, Wednesday
For all points North, South.
East and West. - - -
J O. CALES, Agent.
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
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The Exponent. (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 35, Ed. 1 Saturday, December 2, 1905, newspaper, December 2, 1905; Ralston, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc169028/m1/1/: accessed May 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.