The Ralston Tribune (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, April 20, 1917 Page: 3 of 8
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Published Every Friday
ORRIN L. BROWNING, Owner
Editor, Manager and Publisher
One Dollar the Year in Advance
All Subscriptions Stopped at Expiration
GLENNA JONES. Local Reporter
And it isn’t yeast that is mak-
ing the flour rise this time.
The Government doesn’t need
to proclaim any meatless days—
the price has done it already.
If you have any pro-German
germs in your system, now is a
good time to take a germicide.
RECORD HARD TO BEAT.
A shining light in primitive Meth-
odism, William Cheverton, known
among Ins Isle of ifright friends as
“Bishop Cheverton,” died in his
For more than seventy-five years
this aged farmer and eloquent lay
preacher took services regularly,
without missing a single appoint-
ment, for the primitive Methodists.
His family kept from him all news
of the war; in fact, he died without
knowledge of war matters since Au-
gust, 1914.—London Chronicle.
If you know something of in-
terest. call PlioDe No. 3.
For Sale:—Good baled alfalfa,
also some ear cornE. S. Bryant
We have seven different makes
of oil stoves call and see them.
Ross Hunsaker & Co.
Best wall paper lines in town
all work guaranteed; also paint-
ing, and calcimining etc-Fred C
Final Notice of Assessment
All parties who have not yet
listed their property with the
County Assessor are urged to do
so at once.
If it will be more convenient
for you, just list your property
and mail me a copy at Pawnee
and will return you a duplicate.
Be sure and place your list with
this office before May 1, v 1917.
As the legislature has passed a
law placing a fine of $1.00 on
those failing to list their proper-
ty before that date.
Do it now. *
4t T. O. LONGMIER
See my ladies shapes for $1.00
while they last. —Mrs. J. E.
I still have a large lire cf hl«
50 per cent discount on every ha
until the entire stock is closed
out,—Mrs. J. E. Eyler 2t
Trade at Ralston.
L. C- BARBER
Physician and Surgeon
Office at the Drug Store
Office, 25 Residence, 34
STONE AND CEMENT
It s a Topic of Interest
Senator LaFollette should be
given his passports and given
safe conduct back to Milwaukee.
If you have any rubbish piles
around your place, the Civic
League will get you, if you don’t
Too often we fail to appreci-
ate our everyday surroundings
For instance: the average citi-
zen doesn’t realize that Ralston
is surrounded by the most beau-
tiful country in Oklahoma, and
that very few towns in the state
have half its natural advantages.
Practice what you preach and
patronize^ your home millinery
store. It will be appreciated
more than a mail order house ‘2
Dr. Fane Fisher
Veterinary Surgeon and
Calls Answered both Day I
In response to the demand
of some our advertisers, we
have arranged to print read-
ing notices in black-face type
when so desired. The charge
for such will be 10 cents per
Office, 12 Residence, 56
City Dray & Transfer
Drayingof All Kinds i
All local draying strictly cash.
Phone I RALPH JONES, Proprietor i
Ice Cream Parlor
Corner of Sixth aid Main Sts.
Work Of All Kinds.
Prompt attention given to
all jobs wbetber large or
small. Satisfaction guar-
anteed easy terms if dc-.
W. R. NIXON
To all women-our reliable Gro-
ceries. Orders come in fast wben
people understand tbe superior
quality of our goods and tbe mod-
erate prices we charge. And
our system of quick service
pleases all our patrons, deliveries
being prompt after peceipt of tbe
Most anything you
need in general mer-
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Browning, Orrin L. The Ralston Tribune (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, April 20, 1917, newspaper, April 20, 1917; Ralston, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc908202/m1/3/: accessed May 19, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.