The Exponent. (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 43, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 27, 1906 Page: 2 of 8
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Thee® Is no Roohelle Salts, Alum,
Llmsor Ammonia In food mads with
Psrfsot In quality.
Modorats In prlos*
A Yankee "Called"
A Yankee passenger In a train the
other day was wearying his fellow
travelers with "tall" stories, and re-
marked: "We can start with a twelve-
story hotel one month and have It
finished the next." This was too
much for a burly Yorkshire man who
sat next to him. "Man, that's nowt,"
he replied. "Ah've seen 'em when
ah've bin going to work Just laying
the foundation stones of a row of
houses and when ah've bin coming
home at niet they've bin putting the
folks out for back rent."—London
Champion Whist Team.
James K. Polk, a great-great-grand-
son of the president, Is one of tlTfe
champion whist team of Washington.
His partner is Francis Nye, the as-
sistant district assessor. A few even.
Ings ago they defeated the champions
of the house, Congressmen Bowie of
Alabama and Loundsbery of Minne-
It is the woman with a new hat
who never complains because the ser-
mon is long drawn out.
White open-worked china dishes,
decorated with gold, for fruit—an old
fashion revived.—Chicago Inter-Ocean.
Why should the people of Arizona
be compelled to accept union with a
people who aro allen In race, language
and sentiment to them. They should
have the chance to vote on the ques-
tion rhetehr they are to be Joined
to New Mexico. Their natural right
to govern themselves is as good as
that of the people of any other Ameri-
can state or territory—as good as that
of the colonists of 1775.
The real argument for Joint state-
hood is based on the assumption that
the Arlzonians, reinforced by the
growing English-speaking element la
New Mexico, will eventually be dom-
ti.ant in the joint state, if it is admit-
ted, and that there will never be suf-
ficient population to warrant the ad-
mission of two states. As a matter of
fact, if there is to be any state there,
it must be but a single state.
But It will no do to asume too much
In sealing the fate of these people.
If the Arlzonians would rather remain
a territory than take the chance of
coming uppermost eventually in the
Joint state, they should have the
chance to say so. Better leave both
New Mexico and Arizona out of the
Union for another generation than
bring in ont -half of the region under
bondage to the other half.—New York
W. A. SMITH, Publisher.
RALSTON, - • •
NEW STATE NEW8
Wagner has agreed to raise a bonu*
of |30,000 for the St. Louis & El Paso,
a new railroad.
Wilson Parker, an Indian, was given
two years In the federal prison for
forgery at Ardmore.
W. A. Percell has resigned as mayor
of Woodville and W. O. Draper hts
been elected to fill out the unexpired
Tulsa has installed the Gamewell
system of Are alarms. Eifcht boxes
have been installed and more wlli be
added from time to time.
Bartlesville is to have a new opera
house and South Mcalester is ready
to do the right thing if anyone wi!l
agree to give the city a new piny
Theodore M. Barnsdall, of Pitts-
burg, Pa., one of the world's largest
operators in oil and gas, visited his
properties in the vicinity of Bartles-
ville, last week.
Robbers blew open the safe of the
Katy depot at Cale one night recently,
but obtained nothing of any value to
The Farmers and Merchants' Bank
at Cheyenne has been authorized to
commence business witH a capital
stock of |10,000.
The city tax collector of Tulsa re-
ports taxes to the amount of $9,718.34
collected from December 7th to Jan-
Knights of Pythias of Fort Gibson,
Tahlequah, Coweta, Checotah, Vian.
Sallisaw, McLain, Webber Falls and
Muskogee are making preparations to
celebrate fie forty-second anniversary
of the founding of the order February
19. The celebration will be held at
William Winans, aged twenty-three
years, has been placed in the federal
Jail at Ardmore, charged with assault
Ing Willie Simpson, a well known
Choctaw Indian. Simpson was struck
over the head and died from the in-
jury. Others are supposed to be im-
plicated in the killing.
At the special election at Chicka-
sha last week the amount of JG0,00U
was voted for waterworks affd sewer
extension. The present system was
completed about a year ago at a cost
of $90,000, and this extension will give
the entire city the benefit of the sys-
Sour dispositions should remember
that weeds never have sweet perfume.
A OUARANTKKO CURE FOR PILE8.
Itching, mind, Weeding, I'rotnidlnK Pile*. Druuj
glxta are authorized to refund money If I'AZO
OINTMKNT fails to cure In 6 to 14 days. 50c.
The one thing a woman always
looks on the bright side of is a mirror.
Lewis' Single Binder Cigar has a rich
taste. Your dealer or Lewis' Factory,
When a woman begins to lose her
eyesight she makes an ideal chaperon.
Mrs. Wlnalow's Soothing Syrop.
, soften* the gums, reduce* to
For children teethli
In. cures wind colic. 25cabottlft.
Bacon's essays and the plays of
Shakespeare are the best reading out-
side of the Bible.
I do not believe Piso's Cure for Consumption
has an equal for coughs and colds.—Johh F.
Boyer. Trinity Springs. * nd., Feb. 15.1900.
The schools are not paying for
genius or for talent, but they are get-
ting much of both.
Defiance Starch is put up 18 ounces
in a package, 10 cents. One-third
more starch for the same money.
Some newly married people learn
the art of dodging early on accoun?
of the custom of throwing rice and
old shoes at them.—Farm Life.
It mistakes could be copyrighted, it
would be hard to make new ones
without infringing on some other fel-
A married man says the easiest way
to manage a wife is to let her have
her own way.
Manv a man's ears would be
phocked if they heard him speak a
kind word to his wife.
Many a successful man sidestepped
the advertised road to wealth and
sneaked in the back way.
Although Senator La Follette of
Wisconsin is no stranger In Washing-
ton, having served three terms in the
house of representatives, his physical
appearance continues to attract atten-
tion. The senator is a short, round
man with a great head. His body is
long, but his legs are short. When
he is sitting down he looks to be
nearly six feet tall, but when he
stands he is not much more than five
feet six. He is a student of Shakes-
peare and the only vegetarian in the
Mayor Charles G. Watts, president
of the Indian Territory mayor's as-
sociation, accompanied by the chief
executives of several other cllles, has
gone to Washington to try and secure
better administration of the moneys
of Indian Territory cities and ask for
the classification of the cities to be
put into the hands of the circuit
Between the game warden at Enid
and his dog, but very little game be-
ing shipped in violation of the Okla-
homa game law gets by that city. The
dog recently scented some quail pass-
ing through the place en route to Kan-
sas City and the warden confiscated
several hundred. Last week the war-
den noticed a suspicious-looking
creamery can billed from Ames to
Chicago, and upon investigation found
It to contain twelve fozen fine quail,
which he seized.
Cures Cancer, Blood Poison and
If you have blood poison producing
eruptions, pimples, ulcers, swollen
glands, bumps and risings, burning,
itching skin, copper-colored spots or
rash on the Bkln, mucous patches In
mouth or throat, falling hair, bone
pains, old rheumatism or foul catarrh,
take Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.).
It kills the poison in the blood; soon
all sores, eruptions heal, hard swell-
ings subside, aches and pains stop and
a perfect cure Is made of the worst
cases of Blood Poison.
For cancers, tumors, swellings, eat-
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stroys the cancer poison In the blood,
heals cancer of all kinds, cures the
worst humors or suppurating swell-
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There are people who claim they
would as soon drink hard cider as
champagne. However, when cham-
pagne is served they do not let fool-
ish prejudice cast a damper over the
dinner and clamor for hard cider.
No man has the right to scatter his
griefs around where others will fall
There is no suffering like that of
the woman who feels that she will
never live to tell the tale.
ALL SICK WOMEN
SHOULD READ MRS. FOX'S LETTER
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Waktid fob United htatkb armt; able-bodied
no married men, between agwi of 21 an i 88. citlien*
United Htatee, of good character and temperate
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information npply to Recruiting Officer, Post.
Office Building Oklahoma, Guthrie, Uhawmee,
Enid, O. T., or Tulea. L T.
three great pursuits
have attain shown
wonderful results on
FREE HOMESTEAD LANDS
OF WESTERN CANADA.
Magnifloent climate—farmers plowing in their
shirt sleeves in the middle of November.
"All are bound to be more than pleased with
the final results of the past season's harvest."—
Coal, wood, water, hay tn abundance—schools,
cburcies, markets convenient.
This Is the era of 81.00 wheat.
Apply for Information to Superintendent ot
Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or to authorized
Canadian Government Agent—J. S. Crawford,
No. 125 W. Ninth Street, Kansas City, Missouri.
(Mention this paper.)
' other Marches only 12 ounces—name price and
''DEFIANCE" 18 SUPERIOR QUALITY.
W.N.U.—Oklahoma City—No. 4, 1900.
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The Exponent. (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 43, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 27, 1906, newspaper, January 27, 1906; Ralston, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc169044/m1/2/: accessed October 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.