The Exponent. (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 16, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 18, 1906 Page: 1 of 8
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-IN GOD WE TRUST'-THOSE WITHOUT B AGGAGE MUST PAY IN ADVANCE,
RALSTON, OKLAHOMA, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1906.
| The Brooks Dry Goods Co. f
^ Will have its grand opening in the new ^
^ Bullock building ^5
| Saturday, Aug. 25,1906. |
^ Sniivpnirs Fflr the Ladies.
Published every Saturday ^
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Display advertisements per inch 8c
Locals per line
Subscription *1 a yean
Entered as second-class mail matter
April 15,1^05. at the postoitice at Ral-
ston, Oklahoma, under act oi congress
March 3, 1819.
Sec Simpson the Jeweler.
Charles Loper is out in Colorado
The council is touring; on cutting
Sunday ball playing out in Ralston.
The infant child of James Boiles
died Tuesday morning and was buried
the following day in the Bell ceme-
tery, south of town.
Rock and sanJ are on the ground
and Otis Clark will soon commence
the erection of a modern residence
on his lots on Seventh street.
T. A. Bryant got a letter from his
son Ed, Tuesday, dated at Tampico,
Old Mexico. In his letter Ed says he
is well please*: with the country.
Wilbur Lady is building a wood shop
16x24 in the rear of l^hattuck's black-
smith shop. Mr. Lady is a good work-
man and is getting all the work he
Murdoch & Son of Ralston, will sell
vou buggies and surries at the same
price as your catalogue houses, upon
Rev. Carver preached a very inter-
esting sermon at the Presbyterian
church last Sunday night A large
and attentive congregation enjoyed
Miss Nellie Miller, of Cleveland,
visited her sister, Mrs. T. H. Sager,
three or four days this week. Miss
Miller is telephone operator and could
not get a longer lez.ve of absence.
E. James returned last week from
Glencoe wnere he has been to visit
his family and finish a job of painting.
He has been busy at his trade ever
since his return.
Take your laundry to the Diamond
barber shop. Basket leaves Wednes-
day and returns Friday.
and novthis Little book is through.
WS HOPE WE'VE MADS IT PLAIN TO VOU
THAT IP YOU'RE ANXIOVS TO SUCCEED,
THERE'S ON* THISG THAT YOU SURELY NEED.
TOR SCHOOL OR cHURCH, FOR WORK OR DR&S3.
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:ory*icnt 1904 by the &*own shofco
Sam Hertzler left last Sunday for
Laplata, Mo., to visit relatives and
triends and accompany his wife, who
has been visiting there for three
weeks or more, home. Miss Alice
Ross, who is also back there on a vis-
it, will return with them.
Some women will bake as good bis-
cuits as you ever flopped your lip over
while othc. nsulting a caok
book trying to find out whether thr
salt is put in tne flour before mixing
or sprinkled over the bread after it
BLUE RIBBON SHOES.
For cheap money on farm loans or im-
proved town property, for the best lines
of Fire and Tornado Insurance, for No-
tarial work, for a chance to sell town or
city property see the
REAL ESTATE MAN
H. E. THOMPSON.
• ens aggie ais avians aa sigga: ■=-=: •
Hoonis Over First Natloul But
Murdoch &. Son of Ralston, will sell
you buggies and surries at the same
price as your catalogue houses, upon
Men are at work this week clean-
ing out the ditch that carries the w; -
ter from the low lands in southeast
Ralston. In putting in the tileing a
3-inch fall will be allowed to every
100 feet. This will give sufficient fall
to carry off the mud and other ob-
structions that may accumulate in
the sewer. Work is progressing nice-
ly and much of the tileing has been
put in. Street Commissioner Myer*
is engineering the work and hopes to
complete the job in a few days more.
Having excavated considerable dirt
in our time manufacturing post holes,
wf visited the works one day this week
to offer a few suggestions.
Farmers are busy cutting hay.
Mr and Mrs Charles Fuqua, of Ma-
con, Missouri, are visiting their sis-
1 ter aud friends.
Dave Mizer and wife spent Sunday
| with Frank Newman and family.
J Sunday school was well attended
I last Sunday.
Fid Clark and family. Charles Fuqua
aud wife and Mrs. W. J. Durant, speut
a few days last week visiting Andv
Fuqua and famly over in the Osage
T. J. Wardlow and Judson Fellows
have rented a farm in Kansas for
Mr. aud Mrs. Bud Quillen and fami-
ly and Clint Quillen started for Mis-
| Miss Myrtle Broadwell, of Ralston.
' spent Sunday with Miss Alma Sanu-
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The Exponent. (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 16, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 18, 1906, newspaper, August 18, 1906; Ralston, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc169087/m1/1/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.