Talala Topic. (Talala, Indian Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 51, Ed. 1 Friday, January 11, 1907 Page: 2 of 4
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Cm DoHar pet Year in Advance.
Published Every Fr.ifctay at
I alaia, Indian Territory.
pub 1313 her amd proprietor.
OM papers for sale at this oftce
at 25 eentrs per hundred.
K^membei Topic office is in
the seeoud story of the Farrar &
PendJttou building, where we are
always pleased to welcome our
friends aud all who favor our office
with a visit. Come up wbeu in
aud subscribe for your home paper,
uie pfiee, $1.00 per year; .50 cents
lor six months or 25 ceuts for three
mouths, we also do job work
Lots in the Bass addition are
placed at reasonable figures. Be
quick if you would secure a choice
. Remember those who invite you
to their places of business through
the local paper You will be sure
to be treated right when you visit
All dispjay advertising and local
readers will be ruu and charged
for until ordered out if no under-
standing is made at time of insert-
Gome in and subscribe for Toprc
for the ensuing year for yourself,
if you are not already a subscriber
and also one for a friend or rela-
tive. You can t very well afford to
Ignore your home paper this year
We have two or three hundred
old papers on hand Don't yon
need a few about the house? Come
in and relieve the congested state
of affairs at 25 cents per hundred.
Call on Robert L. Dawson tvhen
you think of purchasing ToWp
L®ts in the Doctor Bass Addition.
Pencils from slate dust moulded
by hydraulic pressure are now
made in large quantities They
are much more popular than the
solid £ut siate peneils. One factory
last year made 25,000,000 moulded
All The WorJd
is a stage, and Ballard's Snow Lini
meat plays a most prominent part
It has no superior for Rheumatism,
stiff joints, cuts, sprains, aud all
pains Buy it, try it and you will
always use it. Anybody who has
used Ballard's Snow Liniment is a
living proof of what it does Buy
a trial bottle. 25c, 50c aud $1 00
Sold by Bass & Graves.
The radium mines of Joachi
metal, in Austria, recently supplied
the Vienna Academy of sconce
with ten tons of uranium ore, and
this has yielded $250,000 worth of
radium, which is to be used for re-
Bo you want the Gash and a
Square Deal for every pound your
"•ultry and Hides will weigh? and
as much as you would realize from
any shipper's market? If so se]|
to A. L. Robinson, Talala, I. T.
At expiration of the time paid
•r the paper will be discontinued
to you address unless otherwisear-
ranfjed for An X on the margin
irfwcates your subscription h s ex-
piped and a renewal is respectfully
of living is to have good health.
Use Herbine and you will have
bushels of joy You need not be
blue, fretful aud have that bad
taste in your mouth. Tiy a bottle
of Herbine, a positive cure for all
liver complaiuts. R Harrell, Aus
tin, Texas, writes; "I have used
Herbine for over a year, ar.d find it
a fine regulator I gladly recom-
mend it as a fine medicine tor Dvs
I ejjsia Sold by Bass Si Graves.
Pumpkin Pie-For old fashion-
ed pumpkiu pie that cannot be ex-
celled by any modern receipe, take
one a:id one halt" eupfuls of stewed
pumpkin; one cup of boiled milk,
one-half cup of brown sugar, two
eggs, one half teaspoouful of salt,
oue half salt spoonful each of cin-
namon and ginger. Line a deep
pie plale with a good crust; fill
and bake to a golden brown.
Toptc for Job work.
Hand in your subscriptions.
Topic for 1907.
Topic for work of all kinds.
Parties having farm land to rent,
list it with R. L, Dawson.
Your town paper first. Then
as many others as you may see fit
MONEY to Loan on farms,
Long or Short Time.
Farrar & Pendleton.
E. Y. Bass, President; A. W.
Campbell, Secretary; Joe M e-Bow-
cll, K. L. Wilmoth, C. L. Harnage
and J, H. Bartmess.
else is failure.
When it comes to seeing good in
others, the majority of us are pain-
fully near sighted.
The great artist, playing upon
tne harpstrings awaken tbe melody
of g od emotions.
certainly smashed a hole in the bar
rooms of Kansas, but Ballard's
Horehound Syrup has smashed all
records as a cure for coughs, Bron
chitis, Influenza and all Pulmonary
diseases. T. C. H.-Horton, Kan
sas, writes: "I have never found
a medicine that would cure a cough
so quieklv as Ballard's Horehound
Syrup. I have used it for years "
Sold by Bass & Graves.
To Kekp Fliks off from Pic-
ture Frames or Table—If you
have a hanging lamp get some
green asparagu-i tops and stick
around the bottom of the lamp
I be flies will sit on tbe tops and
die. I hese tops are very decora-
tive and enhance the looks of any
Pine Camp No. 134, W.O. W,
Meets 2nd and 4th Fridays in
ea*-h month. Visiting Soverigns
cordially invited to meet with as.
L. Garner, C. C.
W. L Chapman, Glerk.
Talala Lodge No. 14-9,
A F. & A. M meets on Saturday
evening on or before the full moon
tn ea«h month. Visiting Mbsobs
cordially invited to meet with us.
E. L Wilmoth, vv. M.
J. L Bkatty, Sec'y.
TALALA PEED MILL.
Having purchased tke above Mill,
' I am prepared t furnish you
Meal and Feed Stuff such
as is usually te be found
in like establishments.
W A Hallingsworth, Prep'r.
W. M. UNDERWOOD.
'Plasterer, Cistern and Brick
Is permanently located in Talala,
and will appreciate any patron-
age in bis line of work.
Before giving out your Quitting
contracts for houses, flues, founda-
tions or barns see or write me at
I. O. O F
Talala Lodge No. 220, I. O O F.
meets every Thursday at 8:00 p. m.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to meet with us.
Jess Sangstbr, N. G.
C L. Haknaqa, Sec'y.
A H T.A.Lodge No- 282
Will meet on Wednesday evening
on or before the full moon of each
month All members in good
standing cordially invited
F)r E. Y. Bass, Pres.
S. L. Gaknkr, Sec'y,
Talala Lodge No- 58S, N-
Meets First Monday night in
each month. Visiting N. rJ. S.
cordially iuvited to meet with us
A L. robins n, N. M.
Jambs Beldkn, Sec'y.
To the spiritual ear the world's
a harp, the nations the strings
thereof, and the melody divine.
A pedantic man s idea of heaven
is to prove that everything else in
the world is wrong but himself.
"What does the story of the
Prodigal Son teach us?" asked the
Sunday school teacher.
"It teaches hs how to get rid of
the fatted calf," said the bad boy.
— Army and Navy lif -.
should your baby suffer? When
he is fretful aud restless, don't ex-
periment on him aud use any old
thing your neighbor recommends.
, Buy a bottle ot White's Cream Ver
mifuge, greatest known worm medi
ode aud cure for all childrens dis
eases. It is mild in its action,
builds up the system, makes thin'
puny babies fat. Mrs. J. C. Smith,'
Tampa, Florida, writes:
"My baby was thin and sickly,
could not retain its food and cried
all night. I used one bottle of
( W hite's Cream Vermifuge and in
I a few days baby was laughing hap
py and well." Sold by Bass &
Where are you going with that
Poultry Stop and figure with me
I am offering you cash for every-
thing in my liue of trade, as fol-
lows; Eggs by the case, Poultry,
from 1 to 1,000 head, never over-
stocked, Hides and Furs. Office
at W, <§. Rogers' store.
A. L Robinson.
No. 105 and 106 passenger trains
stop at Talala.
No H«w>*iug AlloWed.
I will fay a handsome reward to
any one wt!• will swear in any court
to seeing persons huoting on my
prenft&es wiYHout antfkmfy from the
subscriber. r. l. Dawson.
We give you all the Local,
Personal and 1 erritorv News
that we can gret h'0|d of
and it is your duty to assist
us in every way possible, to
an unerring guide board to this
the most favored spot of the
is one of the mainstays of an
I office, and therefore we soic't
you patronage in that line
Before placing yourorders for
Stationery or any other line
of Printing, let
Figure with you and see if wt
can't be mutually ben«fiited.
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