The Exponent. (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 40, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 30, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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Preaching lirst and third Sunday
at 11 a. ra. and 8 p. m. Sunday school
every Sunday at 10 a. m. Junior J
League every Sunday at 3 p. m. Ep-
worth League every Sunday at 7 p.m.
Prayer meeting Wednesdays. 8 p. m. j
F. M. Calame, Pastor.
There will be services at the Cath-
olic church every 3d Sunday at 10 a m.
Father c. Donenbuerg,
Cannon makes a specialty of pre-
After the cold spell we are having!
delightful weather again.
J. O. Cales made a business trip to
the county seat the lirst of the week.
Lige Overman, who visited rela-
tives and triends at Stillwater last
week has returned.
Mrs. W. E. Selby, who has been
on sick report for some time, is im-1
proving and it is to be hwped that she
will soon be up and around.
Call on Finley Bowls for the best |
breakfast bacon iu town, it is sure
line, and only 15 cents a pound.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Howell have
moved back to Ralston. They have
been making theii; home near Keifer
for several mouths, where Mr. Howel'
has had employment.
Walter McCague left Monday for
Guthrie, where he was summoned be-
fore the federal grand jury. Mrs.
McCague and Mrs. A. M. McKnight
have charge of the postoliice (luring
Mr. McCauge's absence.
"The Irish Senator" at the opera
house Monday night was one of the
best plays we have attended lor some
time and those who failed to attend
misseti something good.
Leave your lauuury at the barber
shop not later than Tuesday evening
as ttie basket is sent off Wednesday
Finley Bowls will sell you goods at
cost, better hurry up it yoa want
bargains iu winter uuuei wear.
Some boys can stay out until o e
aud two o'clock- at night shooting
craps and having a good time gener-
ally, and their parents don't seem to
display any uneasiness. But just let
the old man's bird dog fail to show up
for a day or so and it won't be long
before everybody in town knows all
about it, and even the local paper
will receive compensation for print-
ing an article offering a reward for
the lost cur. Come to think about it,
however, perhaps a worthless dog is
of more value than a worthless kid.
HOW THE EDITOR GETS RICH.
After a good deal of study and work
we have at last ligured out why so
many country editors get rich. Here
is the secret of success. A child is
born in the neighborhood, the attend-
ing physician gets $25, the editor
gives the loud-lunged youngster a
"send off" and gets $00. It is christen-
ed, the minister gets $10 and the edi-
tor gets $00. It grows up and mar-
ries; the editor publishes another
long-winded, flowery article and tells
a dozen lies about the beautiful and
accomplished bride, the minister gets
$10 and a piece of cake, the editor
gets $00. In the course of time it
dies, and the doctor gets from $25 to
$100, the minister $15 aud the under-
taker $50 to $100. The editor pub-
lishes a notice of the death and an
obituary two columns long, lodge and
society resolutions, a lot of poetry
and card of thanks, and gets $0,000.
\'o wonder so many country editors
get rich — Morehead Coaster.
T. M. CANNON.
A N I)
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Physician and Surgeon
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Pure Chemicals, Toilet articles, Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Combs, Brushes, Patent Medicines, Etc.
Physician and Surgeon
Office at drug store,
A BOY OR A GIRL CAN EARN
AS MUCH AS AMAN.
We want boys and girls who want to earn money to so-
licit subscriptions to the Kansas City Weekly Star. Don't
hesitate because you are young, as you can do the work as
readily as older persons and we will pay you just the same.
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
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Standard Stock Food.
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The Exponent. (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 40, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 30, 1909, newspaper, January 30, 1909; Ralston, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc169272/m1/3/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.