The Ralston Tribune (Ralston, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, April 20, 1917 Page: 6 of 8
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G. I. Pittser was a ccunty seat
Miss Stacey Check visited at
Frank Rice left Saturday for a
visit at Kansas City.
Anna Ree Barber was quite
tick the first of tne week.
James Simpson was reported
quite sick the first of the week.
Mrs. Chas. Loper attended to
business matters in Pawnee,
Miss Vina Parson, of Fairfax,
spent Sunday with Miss Jessie
Glenn in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hunsaker
were down from Fairfax, Sun-
day, visiting relatives.
HILL CHAPEL NEWS
C. P. Beck who has been sick
Minnie Dillet who has been
sick, is about again.
' Florence Hinsdell was shopping
in Ralston Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Andersdn made
a business trip to Pawnee Tues-
Mrs. Lockwood visited with
Mrs. Dona Beck Tuesday, after-
Mr. and Mrs. Dillet visited in
Ralston Saturday with Mrs.
Dillet’s parents Mr. and Mrs.
A nice rain visited this vicinity
Wednesday and Thursday, which
was much needed by the growing
Church and Sunday school was
not very well attended. Now let
us all come out and see how
much larger we can make our
[CorresDondent will please leave
»t least one line of blank space
after each item.—Compositor]
It is easy to take subscriptions
for this newspaper and the
Wichita Weekly Eagle, for the
people like both of these papers
and you will have no trouble in
having them pay up their sub-
scr ptions for a longer peroid and
have new subscribers start these
papers. In this way you will be
enabled to collect up more money
for subscriptions and get the
votes according to the schedule
of votes. Be one who has tne
determination to succeed and one
who knows a gcod business pro-
position when it is presented.
Start out on the double quick for
one of the generous cash prizes
or the ten per cent cash com
mission and earn several hund-
reds of dollars during your spare
time taking subscriptions and
making collections for these
newspapers. Now is the time to
build yourself a bank account by
taking advantage of the oppor
tunity presented. Send in your
body Wins” is the slogan of the
Bank Account Campaign.
THE RALSTON GARAGE-
EYLER BROS., Proprietors
Repair Shop - Auto Livery
Agents for French Motor Oils,
Agency for Crow*Elkhart Cars.
- Repairs of All Kinds
Fisk and Firestone Tires
Gasoline for Sale
W. E. Selby and family went
to Pawnee. Sunday, in that new
Maxwell to visit friends.
Lee Walden, of Cleveland, was
visiting friends in this vicinity
several days the past week.
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
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mosier and EVERYBODY WINS IN
Mrs. Bessie Holloway went to 1
Arkansas City. Monday evening.
Miss Violet Moore, teacher of
Sunny Slope School, went to
Winfield, Kansas. Saturday even
Buy your garden seed in the
THIS BIG CONTEST
Intense interest has been
created in the circulation cam
paign being conducted by this
newspaper and the Wichita
Weekly Eagle in the announce-
ment that to those of the am-
bitious workers who take
bulk and get fresh seed you also I active part in the campaign and
get more for your money Ross H. who do not come in for one of the
& Co. big cash prizes will be paid a
cash commission of ten per cent.
Miss Carrie Loucks, of Durant, upon all of the subscriplion
Okla., is here visiting ljer pa-1 collections turned in by them,
rents, Mr. and Mrd. J. A | Thus no one can work in this
I contest without being rewarded
for the part they take in it.
Chas. Teter and son, Walter, I If you have not already entered
left, Monday, for Wyoming, your name as a candidate in this
where they expect to find a new contest, do so at once. Send in
location. | y°ur name to the Manager of the
Bank Account Campaign direct
W. C. Mann, of Oklahoma I to The Weekly Eagle, Wichita,
City, was attending to business j Kansas, and get the necessary
matters in Ralston, the first of supplies for an early start. It
the week. | means much to you to start at
j once, for the campaign will last
Buy a Perfection oil stove and eight weeks beinning Monday
please your wife. 2,500.000 home April 23rd, and ending Saturday
now use them. See Ross Hun-1 June 16th.
Before the war eIke Comet
comes. It foretell wars.
Ralston’s Comet foretells
the higher prices of food-
stuffs. Flour: we are heavi
ly hooked at a low margin.
We have two cars yet to
come. Figure with us; we
will save you money. We
are selling flour to-day as
cheap as the market permits
If you can heat this, huy
elsewhere; if not huy bf us.
We are selling Seed Pota-
toes at eating potato prices.
Buy food stuffs. ^A/e will
sell a good pack corn for
one week, beginning next
Saturday at $1.50 per doz-
en. Not over 1 doz. to a
customer. These Prices
Are Cash Only.
Eugene Heuron returned to
his home at Cleveland, Monday,
after several days visit with
friends in this city.
John H. Cox and Chas. Cox,
from near Tidal City—the new
oil town west of Hominy—were
trading in Ralston, Saturday.
AND AUTO LIVERY
All Kinds of Repair Work. Ford Repairs Gasoline
Tires Lubricating Oils. South side of Main Street.
Calls Answered Day or Night Phone 4* Res75
Notice to the Public
After April 20th. our prices on paperhanging
will advance to 15 cents per roll, on account of
the war in Europe and the high price of BEAhlS
in the U. S. A.
THOSE PAINTERS FOR PARTICULAR
The love of money may be the root
of all evil, but the lack of money has
caused a world of misery. Start a
bank account to-day, and be ready
to meet the unforseen.
Bank of Commerce
Mr. and Mrs. Harmony, of Neo-
sho, Mo., are visiting at the
home of Mr. Harmony's sister,
Mrs. J. M. Allison, this week.
Friends of Harry Spaulding
will be pleased 10 learn of the
honor recently given him at the
University of Michigan, where
he was elected first lieutenant of
the medical military oranization
Among many works of public
improvemnt that are now in pro-
gress in Ralston, please do not
overlooK the fact that the print-
shop has had its windows washed,
for the first time in the memory
Wc do not deliver coal or materal of any
kind. Customers please take notice.
I Long-Bell Lmbr.
Cordiality an Aid to Good Service
mHE duty of your switchboard operator is to an-
I swer your calls promptly and accurately and to
M help-make your telephone service as perfect as
She makes you feel that she is not onlv rendering
this service willingly but joyfully. If she sometimes
errs, it is ohly because human agencies at their best
Cordial co-operation over the wire with the switch-
board operator who answers your calls makes it
easier for her to serve you and adds to the agreeable-
ness of telephoning.
Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station.
and Telegraph Co.
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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/m1/6/: accessed June 29, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.