The Exponent. (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 17, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 25, 1906 Page: 4 of 8
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Locals per Hit -
Subscription *1 a year.
Entered as second-class mail m^r
M,ril 15, r.K>5, at the postotfice at Ral
ston. Oklahoma, under act of con^re
March 3, 187H.
See Simp*"" the Jeweler.
Call on Frank Bever when you
want a good dish of Ice cream.
The Exponent office is headquarters
for neatjTJork and_proo.pt sorv.ee
i -Old drinks of all kinds at Frank
Bever's ice cream parlor.^
[•. P. ROCK,
J. O. OAI.KS,
GEO. H. SMITH,
bank of commerce..
V. D. Eberweln,
A. I) Krow,
J, A. Lowery,
C. L. Slocum,
°-P KoCk' J. E. ller.
J. O. Cales,
E. L. Bagby,
T. J. Mosier,
A. H. Hammer,
Geo. H. Smith,
* For the best cool drinks in
visit Cannon's soda fountain.
Old paperTfoTsale^ at this office for
•iO cents a hundred.
Choice candies, fruits, cigars and
tobacco, at Bever s confectioner).
Mrs. Mary Bert, oi Pawnee, was the
jjuest of Mrs. Will Allen last Satur-
day and Sunday.
When you buy groceries froi*tTn
ley Bowls you always get the best in
town and prompt delivery, to boot.
A. Hinecker, who has been away
for some time running his threshing
machine, returned home last week.
for the best ice cream in tjwn. we
sells Steffen's celebrated cream.
A. W. Stroud is advertising his res-
idence property for sale or trade. If
yoo want a good piece of property at
^.bargain yoo had better see him.
tiood farm of WO acre., a 5-room
house, big barn, good orchard, abund-
ance of water, school adjoining, .l,.>00.
See H. K. Thompson.
Miss Mabel Howard, who has been
the guest of Mrs. A. M. McKnight for
two weeks or more, will leave the first
of next week for her home in Cherry-
\ good 4-room house with H lots,
in the west part of town. A tar*jin
if sold at once. Terms, cash or trade.
Write or call on A. W. Stroud.
Prohibition iu Kansas.
In order to show the people of Ok-
lahoma'just how effective prohibition
is in Kansas we print below a tabu-
lated statement giving the number of
bottles of whisky and beer sold by
four druggists in the town o S
Marys, Kansas, during the month of
J uly • .. >iu/i
I). J. Lane, bottles of liquor JJO
n J l^ane, bottles of beer 3W
K F. Armstrong, bottles oi liquor 178
\ F Armstrong, bottles of beer 120
A. DeDonder, bSttlc. . Uquor JW
k HeDonder, bottles of beer L
H. Pessemier, bottles of liquor 300
H. Pessemier, bottles of beer alb
From the above figures it will be
seen that 1,090 bottles of whisky and
1 210 bottles of beer were sold during
the month of July tor medical pur-
poses onlv. Remember this is only
one town in the county and no men-
tion is made of the various other av
Does a general bankingta'ines. £
customers Irager ones. Call "d
Ralston, - Oklahoma^
t. m. cannon,
(Successor to Dr. E. L. Bagby,)
(Successor to Ur. r,. u.
... .varies. Soda foontain in connection,
osage meat market,
ED BROOKS. PROPRIETOR.
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5 r. p. proctor, \
J I)ray and Transfer Line \
Piwntt C#nrlir-OI«p«tc .
Nine marriage licenses were issned
this week and Thursday, August
was the day of weddings, three being
Mrs. C. W. Bacon was badly burned
Monday while canning tomatoes. The
bums on her face and shoulders are
painful but will not prove serious.
W M Phelps of route four shipped
out another full blood Poland China,
to I. E. Knox, of Nardin. This is the
second one shipped to Mr. Knox who
| is an extensive swine breeder, having
Small I ak0Ut 150 head of full bloods.
MiM Wilia Crowder who has been
attending the county normal was a
pleasant caller Friday to straighten
out a subscription going to her moth-
er at Mooreland, Kansas. Miss Crow-
der left for Kalston where she teach-
es next year.
Uncle Ben Musgrove lost a new set
of buggy harness last Saturday night.
He had just bought a set of new bug-
try harness. Some one entered the
barn through a window, as the door
was locked, and took the harness, ex-
cept the collars and bridles.
Call at the Diamond barber shop for
a smooth shave and up-to-date hair
cut Clean towels for every man and
the best line of toilets that could be
hoiiirht for the face and hair.
LevicK, & Henkel, Proprietors
one of the bestst^ed
J. C. WILLIAMS, Proprietor,
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
seem to be getting any better.
UooYs made of the various other av-1 We vtatt-£^«J*,
tnue through which thi. drug is „„tho,the «g^
CIIMVo - m
smuggled into Kansas.
Many other druggists handle it but
mention the town of St, Marys be-
cause it is sold by more druggists in
that town than any in the county. It
might be well to state that there is a
powerful lot of .IcknoM at We.tmo.-e-
and, the coonty seat, the druggist
mere having prescribed SM bottle. o
red iicker and «W bottles of beer to
his thirsty, feeble and dyiog congre-
"'weoooe resided in this county and
found it about as unhealthy a place
to live as we ever struck, and it don t
those of St. Marys, Kansas. We learn
that more beer is sold in IUIst°" ,
ring the month than is disposed of in
the Kansas town, but when it comes
t. red licker St. Marys ha, Kalston
The truth of the matter is, while
the drug stores are educating per-
jurers the bootlegger is located in
some dark alley handing it out in un-
broken packages, the quality of
which would make a man fight a cir-
cular saw or steal his owncTothes.
A satisfied customer is the one who
does his trading with Finley Bowls.
Samuel Rector, a young man -6
years of age, residing at Newkirk, was
struck bv a Santa Fe train Tuesday
morning and received injuries from
which he died a few hours later. Rec-
tor was deaf and probably did not see
the train approaching. According to
the engineer's statement, he saw the
man walking along the track on the
ties just outside of the rails, he whis-
tled three or four times and slowed
down but was unable to stop the train
before he struck the man. He= 8.a>*
the man looked back once, hut just
before the train reached him he step-
ped over in the center of the track.
Arkansas Valley Democrat.
Davis is still selling corsets at half
price 25 and oO cents.
Pawnit Ti«i -Oiwer t.
R. L Stewart, editor of the Jen-
nings News, was in the city on Mon-
day of this week. He reports that oi
is running out of the top of the well
just drilled east of Jennings, and that
everything gives promise of a pro
ductive field in that vicinity.
Abe Kolb, couuty commissioner, was
superintending the unloading of a car
of lumber on Monday of this week. It
is the intention to put new floors in
two bridges west of town, and to use
the balance of the lumber on such re-
pairs as may be needed from time to
time in various* parts of the county.
Sheriff Pumroy took Lizzie Ryan to ^
Norman last Saturday, sne having *
been adjudged insane. She was a resi-
dent of Pawhuska, and was in the
habit of eating from' slop barrels
around the town, -.trhich, in z. prosper-
ous community like Pawhuska, was
not considered quite regular.
E. G. Rowell, of the firm of Thomp-
son & Rowell, is in Oklahoma City
this week buying more goods. This
purchase, in addition to the ship-
ment now on the road from St. Louis,
will give Ralston the most complete
Racket store ever brought to Pawnee
We have worked on a farm for
about twenty years, off and on. Off
most of the time.
You can't always tell just how many
holes a woman has in her stocking
judging from her tine clothes.
All those having carpets to weave
will please leave their orders at the
nostoffice. Work promptly done.
MRS. W. *. HULSK.
Store masons were at work the lir>t
of the week putting down the foun-
dation for Otis Clark's new residence
on the corner of Seventh street and
Preaching at both the Methodist
and Baptist church last Sunday.
Ed Brooks, of the Osage market,
will sell you better meat and more of
it for the money than any shop in town
Take your laundry to the Diamond
barber shop. Basket leaves Wednes-
day and returns Friday.
Choice residence of 7 rooms, east
front, good improvements. Thomp-
son has it for sale.
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