The Terlton Times. (Terlton, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, November 5, 1909 Page: 3 of 6
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V ni e .inJ A la Wilson. 13ar d
! 14 yeHP 0|^ (joutiht* rs ' f B«'veri>
AND PERSONAL MENTION, w ,t-..n . roicr- d, dit Hpp HTP<i Irem
, their home J nt bhm of Terlton,
•/Id ptpers f«>r sals at this office. Monday n'gh Jame* Lytle,
who had been working f >r Wilson
A fine rain fell
Fresh m'at at Storm's market.
Mi*a Minn'e Larson wai in
P wnee shipping Wednesday.
C^kon on the home market
is $4 70 per hundred.
here 9unday. di8H
ppeart•'a f -w minuie* late^
the Banrje night and w s Krnre
n«-ar Sit ndt on a warrant swort
out by the father Tuesday tn':
is in jail awaiting prcliminar\
ex mination as neon as the girlf-
are found so their 6torv can be
used h8 evidence.
T. W. S orm mude a business
trip to Tulsa Wednesday.
FORCED INTO EXILE.
Wm. Upchurch of Cilen Oak.
OkU. was an exi'e fr< m home
W. W Findley is on the sick i Mountain ir, h- thought, would
|cure a frightful lung-racking
| cough that had defied sll rem*
Mrs. C. 8. Bell, of Hallett,'e>ie, frr two yea's. Aft r six
upe-t Wednesday with her sister, j months heveturned, demh nog-
Mrs. J. J. Hood. ginji hin st . "Tnen I began ti
u-e Dr. Kinir's N«w Discovery,"
Count/ Attorney N 12 McNeilj he writes, "and after taking six
had business in Terlton V ednes-, b it'ks I am as wrll as ever." It
day. j s*vves thousand* yearly fron? des-
1—————- perate lung diseases. Infallable
O. F. Wiight returned Wed-j for Coughs ar.d Colds, i dispel?
nesday from a business trip to Hoarsen* ss and Sore Throat
$1.75 Value lor $1.15
ALL FOR ONLY $1.15
One YeiVs Subscription for Mc
Call's Magazn , -Any 15 Cent
McCall Pattern u may sehot
and On * Y.ar'n Suha. ription for
The Terlton Tifre*
Rev T. V. Ludlow of Mann*
ford had business in town Sat-
COTTON GRAIN & COAL
We are Mill here and buying
O od, ?qu ire tre intent and high-
est m rk«t pricea for cotton and
grain at t>ll times,
Dealers in best domestic coals.
Don't Miss This
For Rent: Foroaah, the And-
erson farm, near Gasw^ll. Apply
to Terlton Investment Co.
Tneod ire Ilayden went to Tul-
sa and Owasso on business Wed-
Highest market price paid for
hides and fura at El. btorrn'a
Dr. Evelyn Young, Osteopath,
Pars .all Hotel, Monday Wednes
day and Friday of each week, if
Adam 8chneidcr, of Hardin,
Mo., came down Wednesday with
a view of locating in this com
Mrs. Bert Moore arrived from
Rice, Okla , and will visit with
her mother, Mra. A. J. Walts
while Uert makes the trip over-
El. Mosshammar moved hi
family back to Terlton and has
accepted a position aa pumper on
the main line of the Frisco and
left Sunday f«r his appointment.
J. W. Burgess returned from
Bristow Mondav and Frank went
down to • eleive him from the bed
side of Jesse Burgess who is still
F. M. Koonce has moved with
his family to Sapulpa where they
will make their future home and
whe e he will be employed ill th-
Friaco round houae.
Quite a number of young
friends of Miss Ruth Kibbe rn-
jjyed a Hallowe'en party at het
nome Saturday evening. Refresh-
ments were served, fortunes were
told and ghosts walked. All re-
ported a delightful evening.
Frisco Time Table.
ftl3 leaves 8:55 A.M.
611 " 4:01 P.M.
♦U2 " 11:10 P.M.
610 M 7:10 P.M.
Katy lime Table (HallettStation)
29 leaves 3:24 A.M
2") " 1:4.'J P.M
H " 2:012 P.M
22 " 10:16 P.M
Cures Grip. Bionchitis, Hemorr-
hage?, Asthma, Croup, Whoop-
ing C iugh. 50c and $1.00, trial
bottle f ee, guaranteed by all
WE HAVE THE ENGINE.
A three borsep -r gasoline
engine has been added to the e
quipmentof tn« Times offi:e and
will eoon be connected up and
makir g its share of ncise. Nyw
t\pe is on the way and when that
arrives ih^re will be no be'ter
tquijp^d office in Pawnee county.
KILLS HER FOE OF 20 YEARS.
"The most meroiless enemy
I h*d for 20 year*," declares Mrs.
James Dundan, of Haynesville,
Me., 'was Dyspepsia. I euff*ted
intensely after et.ting ordrink:nt'
and could scarcely s eep. After
many remedies had failed anc
several doctors had given n.e up.
I tried Electric Bitters, which
cured mo complet . N w I can
eat anything. I am 70 years old
and am overjoyed to get mj
health and strength back again "
For Indigestion, L >ss of Appetite
Kidney Trouble, Lame B<ck.
F< mule Complaints, its uneqallec
Only 50c at all Druggists.
aarv (in r.
J. VI. Wise went to Tulsa a t-t
the Wilson girls this morning.
There are a few in this vicin-
ity who are very particular to
tell every one they meet what
cotton Is worth at Terlton and
usually their quotations are far
from correct. If you want the
market call central or the hank
as we are unable to get a phone
E. .1. miller A Son.
Call at our (ffice or address your ;
(.rder to The Terlton Times, j
nil. 4. JAY McC ARL,
PHYSICIAN AND SI RCiKOV
Office with Terlton I)ruR Co.
JIJIJIJIJ IJIJiJiTIJ IJIJ I,
AT YOUR SERVICE;-
He State Bank of Terlton.
Capital $ I o,ooo
Surplus and Profits $5,ooo
N. H. Smiley A Son
Farmers and Stockmen.
General farm s«len a specialty.
Call at this office for d t*s
Pawnee, Okla. Phone 50
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Phoenix,of Hrooklyn, N. Y.
J.W.Parshall Hotel & Livery Barn
ReaFonal If Ratts
7KRL70N OKI A t
Wlfh The Sfufp
Bank of Terlton
YOUNG GIRLS ARE VICTIMS.
of headache, as wt-ll *>a other
women, but all get q lick relief
and prompt cure from Lr King's
Xew Life Pi'ls, the world's hest
remedy for sick and nervous
headache*. They make pure blood
and strong nervea and build up
your health. Try them. 25o at all
The Ladies' Aid society will
have an all day meeting and h
Jinner in the church nixt Wed
nfcseay. All are welcome.
The Weekly Kansis (.Py Star
free with everv subscription to
the Times before D«a\ 15.
JAP-A-JAP FACE CREAM
JAP-A-JAP HEALING SALVE #
JAP-A-JAP CALL AND GET A SAMPLE BOX.
A New Line of Parses and Sundries at the
Terlton Drug Co
Post Cards! Post Cards! Post Cards!
(. i ' lir.iu a |i>r MvK\ pt'Kcff fit. fitvpVi ifvnnd
rcli.tl>i. tr nearly 40 vr rs, Sn ti m r,..n!v
every city and town in t'<■ L'fii'i !■ t t . ::i <i
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r.ny ofiiur make, Kt:iU for lito
More mbscrihtri than nnv o ! < r r.i .1 ion
ir..i .izine-million a niontli. 'Im.. i,.. J.„t.
r.t styles. p:iftr in ■, i'rt .sin..l.ii,-, iM.ln.rv,
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Chas. Brltt hss Mecured a li
oense for himself and Miss Jennie
8t CUir — to hunt i-quirrele.
J. W, Burgess Sorv
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Sherman, Harley H. The Terlton Times. (Terlton, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 25, Ed. 1 Friday, November 5, 1909, newspaper, November 5, 1909; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc177509/m1/3/: accessed February 18, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.