The Exponent. (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 23, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 28, 1907 Page: 2 of 4
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ED T. KENNEDY
Published every Saturday
w. i. smth.
Mrs. LIzzil Smith.
Etfltir and Praprlitor
Display advertisements per inch
Locals per line
Subscription a year.
Entered as second-class mail matter
April 15, 190f>, at the postofflceat Ral-
ston, Oklahoma, under act of congress
March 3, 187W.
J, M, MOODY,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
Offer to the public every advantage of a safely
managed bank. Interest paid on time deposits.
Corn and wheat
wanted at Eber-
The Big Racket carries the best
made overalls in town.
Old papers for sale at this office for
20 cents a hundred.
The Comet has just received a large
shipment of seasonable dry goods.
The Exponent office is headquarters
for neat job work and prompt service
Rents collected and property care-
fully looked after by H. E. Thompson.
See Bowls for Border Queen Hour,
the best in Ralston.
New Dry Goods, enough for every-
body, at the Comet, cheap as Pawnee
or any neighboring towns.
A good 5 year lease in Osage reser-
vation, six miles from Ralston. See
H. E. Thompson. •
Finley Bowls wants your chickens,
butter and eggs.
With Oklahoma gone dry and our
old cow in the same tlx, things look
pretty squally over our way.
The rain last Saturday was greatly-
needed and will put the ground in ex-
cellent condition for fall plowing.
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Foster are visit-
ing relatives in Wichita, this week.
J. E. Markle, who had charge of
the section here some time ago, now
has charge of an extra gang and is
at work near Remington.
.John Myers, of Stillwater, visited
his brother Newt a few days this
week, while on his way to Wintield,
Kansas, to visit relatives.
Reformation has evidently broke
out In Ralston, and many people who
have heretofore found enjoyment
hunting and fishing on the Lord's day,
have caught the disease, good and
plenty. We are in hopes this change
of heart may be lasting and uot of a
Bill Palmer, of the Jewell County-
Kansas Republican, says: "The girl
who never leaves any dirty dishes for
her mother to wash, has got the right
kind of a mother." "Let the
other fellows have their pictures
printed. It always adds to our happi-
ness to forget how we look."
A man that won't patroni/.e hi
home paper is a detriment to his com
munity. A town without a newspaper
is like a ship without a rudder, and
every live up-to-date citizen owes his
support to the paper. There are many
ways in which you can help to make
your home paper interesting. First,
subscribe for the paper, then when
you are in town drop around and tell
the editor what's going on in your
neighborhood. Tell him all about your
crops, how many pfrgs there are in
the sty. If you sell a bunch of cattle
tell him what they weighed and what
you got for them. These are not only
good news items, but the editor is in-
terested In them, for if you are pros
perous he will share your prosperity.
Fruit jars cheaper than the cheap-
est, at the Big Racket.
A BOY OR A GIRL CAN EARN
AS MUCH AS A MAN.
We want boys and girls who want to earn money to so-
licit subscriptions to the Kansas City Weekly Star. I on
hesitate because you are young, as you can do the work: a
readily as older persons and we will pay you just the sai.
The Kansas City Weekly Star is the best known weekly
newspaper in the west and your spare time spent working
for it will pay you handsomely, not in toys watches or oth-
er small wares, but in Cash. Write to-day for terms and full
information. Address .
The Kansas City Weekly Star, Kansas City, Mo
JAMES McSPADDEN, Proprietor.
Billiards and Pool;
Highest Market Price Paid
FRANK M0NASM1TH, Manager.
T. J. HOSIER,
DRY GOODS and GROCERIES
See Him for Bargains.
Ralston - - Oklahoma
II AM NO had many years experience as Auctioneer I offer
inv services to the public very reasonable and ^ guarantee
satisfaction in all sales. For further particulars call at the
Yours For Business,
THE PRESIDENT'S DUTY.
The Oklahoma constitution, under
the provisions ot the enabling act
which permitted a vote on the ques-
tion of statehood, must be endorsed
by the President before the new state
can be admitted to the union. It is
possible that the President will
reject the constitution and therefore
deny statehood to the two territories;
but it is certain that some higher
motive will prompt such executive
action than the mere tact that Okla-
homa elected a Democratic state
ticket and sent three or four demo-
crats to congress in the election last
The Oklahoma Republicans who as-
sume that the constitution will not
receive endorsement at the White
house because it would admit a dem-
ocratic state to the union are making
themselves ridiculous in the eyes of
the country. The President s duty is
a iudicial one. The limitations of his
powers in the acceptance or rejec-
tion of the instrument are limited to
two distinct propositions—a deter-
mination of the constitution's com-
pliance with the enabling act passed
by congress, and the harmony of its
provisions with the Federal constitu-
Secretary Taft in his speech at Ok-
lahoma City made the President's po-
sition cl#ar. For this reason he warn-
ed the voters against the defects In
their constitution as they affected
the citizens of the state. These de-
fects may be apparent to the Presi-
dent and yet prove no bar to his ap-
proval of the document as a whole.
Statehood is not to be denied Okla-
homa for political reasons. The de-
feated politician who takes comfort
in that assumption will be doomed to
disappointment. If they can present
no more tangible excuse for the re-
jection of the constitution than that
the state gave a Democratic majori-
ty, or that the beer interests are dis-
pleased with the adoption of Prohi-
bition, Oklahoma is certainly to re-
alize its hope for its immediate state-
nood.—Kansas City Star.
Call at the Elks bar f«r a bottle of
Ueddin Sharpe's bottled and bond
year old whiskey. Former price *1')0
per quart, now sells for $1.
Thi9 is an ailment for which Cham-
berlain's Pain Balm has proven es-
pecially valuable. In almost overy in-
stance it affords prompt and perma-
nent relief. Mr. Luke LaGrange of
Orange, Mich., says of it: "After
using a plaster and other remedies for
three weeks for a bad lame back, I
purchased a bottle of Chamberlain'-
Pain Balm, and two auplications ef-
fected a cure." For sale bv T. M
Phone No. 57, T. J. Mosier for free
pelivery Prompt delivery willaccom
pany all orders
For good improved or unimproved
leases and farms, see 11. E Thompson.
When in Arkansas City put up at the
MEALS 25 CENTS
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Smith, W. A. The Exponent. (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 23, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 28, 1907, newspaper, September 28, 1907; Ralston, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc169194/m1/2/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.