Talala Topic. (Talala, Indian Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 43, Ed. 1 Friday, November 18, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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R. R. TIME SARD.
Passenger No. 54, 6 36 p, m,
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5b. 8 19 a, rn,
Fawpger No. 55, 9 37 p.
53. 9 65 2,8^,
C. W. Ruky, Ag«wit.
f O. PIRECTGKY.
Mail closes going south, 7:9® a, m,
it li m «< £
6 .30 p, m,
north, 8:3a a, na,
" " " >' a."
« ®o p, m,
Office hours, 7;gw a. m., to S:®o
Sundays, on arrival of mail, one
Money Orders i#«ued and paid in
the United btste&. Hawaii snvd
Furto Rieo 1 err-itonKS. Philippine
Is'ands, Cauatia, Cuba and TtrMrila
W. F. HIA'I'T, P. M.
Mast J3® Speeiffie G barges.
Judge Sulzbacher, now presiding
at Wewoka, has made a new ruling
relative to charges against parties
for introducing and selling liquer
which is of wide interest. He holds
that in such cases on indictment
based on generalities will not hold.
J here must be a specifi eharge of
violation of law at a certain time,
place and manner. Heretofore
when a man was indicted on a
'liquor charge he stood a mighty
J little show because of the latitude
J of the liquor laws.
BASS & GRAVES,
L F. Sloan. Mayor.
John E Pendleton, Clerk.
Joe McDowell, Marshal
^ J G Lipe, C L. Harnajre,
C Graves, E Z. Hiatt, Thos.
B' 'tholf, Aldermen.
H oulnr preaching seivice as fol-
I'uvcs, each month:
^•-v>ond Sunday, Bldar W. F
t'lower; Third Sunday, Rtv. T. B
H ill; Fourth Sunday, Rev. J M
S.-rviees begins at iia. to. and
8 p M.
Union Sunday School at 10 a
m , every Sniidiy.
P-rayer meeting each Wednesday
evening at 8 p m.
Everybody welcome at all these
lo JcirjjG Their Political
Here is one way of telling a
man's politics. Some of our read-
ers might try it and see how it
figures out. A VVarrensburg, Mo ,
man says it is infallible "Get him
into a washroom; the Democrat
will wash and empty the basin; the
Republican will wash and leave the
water standing; the Prohibitionist
will wash in the water left by the
Republican, and the Populist will
comb his whiskers and not wa^h at
Brushes, Kine Soaps, Sponges,
Cigars and Tob&eco,
Our Stock k Especially Selected for this Market. It is
Comptetm m every c^etaM..
t-a- hj-a. jlj
The average man is apt to feel
that he is a little above the average
Some people shed advice like a
cottonwood tree sheds lint-and
with about the same results.
territorial court terms.
1 he new elates fix/*d for holding
the terms of the United Siatts
cv.ut in the N-rthetm District have
be-'ii fixi.'d a.s follows;
\ iujta, October 3rd, Janu
ary 2nd 1905; Mav 22nd, 1903.
Nowata. October 24th, 1904;
February 6th, 1905, April 3, 1905.
1 a'Mequ-ih., Novt-mWer 7, 1904,
February 20th, 1905; April ioth,
Claremore, November 2 rst, 1904;
February 27th, 1905, April 24th
>9"S • 1
Miami. November 26th, 1904;
March 6th, 1905; May 1st, 1905.
In a letter to Alex P> sev, m< m
her of the Independent' statehood
executive committee (run the
Creek Nation, W. A. Ansley of li e
Choctaw nation, ehairman of com-
mittee, says that tfte Choctaw coun-
cil has addressed a strong memori-
al to President K >osevelt asking
him to aid the Indians of the five
civilized, tribes in securing indepen-
dent statehood. The Creek coun-
cil at its session just closed, took
the some action, and it is consider-
ed certain that the Cherokee coun-
cil at Tahlequah will pass a similar
.memorial. 1 he sentiment among
the Indians of the five civilized
tribes set His to be almost unani-
mous in favor of an independent or
sepirate state of Indian Territory.
1 hey believe that \1n10n with
Oklahoma would destroy the last
\ iatage of their power as a separate
Is one of the mainstays of an
©flSce, and therefore we solcit
you patronage in that line.
Before placing our orders for
Stationery or ny .other line
of Printing, let
Figure with you and : ee ii we
can t be mutually benefitted.
7 ti* , ' V 'J* v* r ~ — * -
Pryor Oretk, Decein^T 5th; 1904: ! people, and would bar them from
March 1.3th 1905; May 6th. 1905. I enjoying political preferment,"'which
Sallisaw, December 12th 100 !• i, 1 ■,
March 20th, ,905: May 15th, ,y0J.' ! * P* l" St'C"re 'f I,,d,an Ter"
J t'DOK J. A. Gili., Presiding.
Judge W. R. Lawrence win hold
ti following terms of Chancery
a 1 Probate court:
Nowata. October 4th, 1904; Clare
r • , Noveuiber 2181,1904; Miami,
N . inher 28th, 1904; Pryor Creek,
1>- ■ ner 5th, 1904; Tahlequah,
i 'i nary 20th, 1905; Miami, March
' li, 1915, Sallisaw, March 20th,
1 >5, Nowata, April 3rd, 1905;
I. i Tc-moFe, April 24ths 1905; Pry-
«>r Creek, May 6th, 1905.
And assist in holding the terms of
Court at Vinita, Indian Territory,
ginning October 10th, 1904, for
une week, beginning January 16th.
1 ) S. for two weeks and beginning
M iv 22nd, 1905, for one week, and
r ° ,;<t« business in all Courts in
Chvs. A, Davidson, Clerlt.
ritory ii admitted as a separate
state. — Arrow.
The man that is continually cuss-
ing the town lie lives in, is like a
null dog tied on the end of a fast
train. The fool tries to yank the
hack end out of it first, and after s
tussel or two he concludes the
train is running from him,he lights
out after it with a ferocity that is
simply appalling. It is needless to
siy that his own conceit caused his
death. And of course the train
The fellow who ioesu't like vtal
h is no business to play the prodi-
j gal sou.
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Gen. P. and T. A't., St. Loais, Mo.
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pttW*c safes, horse- hills, etc., are
g«udt as we have both horse and
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