Talala Topic. (Talala, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, October 27, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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R. R. TIME A«D.
Pamoate* if®. IC3) 7 25 a M
*lyer, " I0^t 8 02 p, m,
Local, " j^t , 2Q p
Paaswiger N . 104, 9 ©s p, m,
f y*"*' " r°6, 6 25 a, n,
Local, 192. 1 20 p, m,
io5 6 do sot step at this Sta-
tion. C W. Rii.h-y, Agent.
P O. DliRECTeRY.
Mail (rio^es going south, 7:2m a, m
" f■ 11 < < J '
0:30 p, IB,
" north, S:3« a, m,
" £:•• p, m,
Offitee hours, 7:30 a. m., to 8: o
Sundays, on arrival of mail, one
Moa^y Orders issued and paid in
Ae limited btat-es, Hawaii and
ROEto ttiio 1 ttwitouies Phi 1 ]ippitie
lairds, Chnada, ©u a and Totuila
W, F, Hiatt, P, M,
R. L. Farrar. Mayor.
John R. Pendleton, Clerk.
Frank Cranor, Marshal.
C. Graves, Treasurer
J. G. Lipe, E. 2. Hiatt, J.
H. Bartmess, Thoa. Bertholf,
S. L. Garner. Alderman.
Not So Greeq After All.
An Irishman wbo was notoriously
impecuniou* has discovered a new
way to achieve some of the luxuries
®f life. This is how he explains
it; " Whist, man, deH't say a word
about it. I found everybody want
ed to sell an 'auto' for a good price
to some innocent, so I just hung
around the garage at every hotel I
stopped at and pretended to be as
green as the Lmerald Isle, and gave
out that I wanted to get a second
band machine, and would not go to
a dealer, as I did not know any-
thing about a machine, and he
might rob rue. I have had forty-
nine rides, seventeen luncheons,
five dinners and about forty eigars,
good, bad and indiffereut, but divil
a machine? have I bought yet,"
BASS & GlU VES,
Brushes, I*me Soaps,
Cigars and Tobacee,
WRMflU! and SfUtlf )K?t$t6bKS.
Our Steck is Especially Seltctcd for this Market.
Complete, in every detail.
All display advertising and local
readers will be ron and efcaognd
for until ordered out if no under-
standing is made at time of insert-
GnVironnoegt a JVloaldep
Regular preaching service as fol-
io wes, efeb month:
Second Sunday, Elder W, F,
Floww; Fourth Sunday, Rev, A1
Sopviefes begins at 11 a,
S P. M.
Uiii&n Sunday School at
7 *-i every Sunday,'
Prayer meet i ng each W ed ne id ay
evening at 8, p ii,
Rvetsybody welcome at all these
territorial court terms.
The new dates fixed for holding
the terttjs of the United States
court la the Northern District have
been as follows; '
Vinita, October 3rd. 1905; Jann
ary 2nd 1905; May 22nd, 190^,
Nowata, October r*th. 1905;
February 6th. 1905, Aprif 3,
Tahlequah, November 7,
February 20th, 190s; April
Claremore, November 2rst, 1905;
February 27th, 1905, April 24th,'
Miami. November 26th, /905;
March 6th, 1905; May ist, 1905.
Fryrar (Sreek, December 5th; 1905;
MarPh 13th, 1905; May 6th. 1^05.
Sallisaw, December 12th, 195^;
March loth, ige^; May 15th, iqos.
Judoe J'. A. Gill, Presiding.
BY H. S BIGELOW.
The other day I saw a group of
beys scanning a theatre poster.
The picture showed a nan in the
act of plunging a dagger in the
throat of a woman. The boys did
not run or scream. But their eyes
were big and the intensity of their
faces showed that the horror of the
picture was not lost ou them. Near
by were two younger children play-
and j ing togother in the gutter. Their
' faces were smeared with the mud
A' made by the dish water running
over the sidewalk, and the children
were amusing themselves floating
cigar stumps ia the disgusting pool.
Reflecting on that sad sight there
came to mind other childhood
scenes i here stood out in memo
ry a little lake that nestled among
the bills where the sweet-breathed
cattle browsed and where the
branches of great trees weremiYror-
ed in crystal waters. There were
the boathouse and the swimming-
hole and the spring board; and
there were summer nights, too,
when the leaves were still aud stars
were bright and the spirit of the
child looked up in silent wonder.
In the race of life, in the contest
<>f physical endurance, in the moral
tasts that come, that child has not !
' To The
RESORTS of the ROCKIES
Only line with Through Sleep-
ing Car Service to
SAN FRANCISCO from
St. Louis and Kansas City.
Reduced Rate Round Trip
Tourist Tickets now on
sale. See nearest
Ticket Agent for
H. C. Townsend,
Gen P, and T, A't, St Louis, Mo
We give yuo all the L*>cal
Persona] and Territory Nc<ws
that we can jret hold of
and it is your duty to assist
us in every way possible, to
HP j^iust t insro _
Our facilities to print posters for
, public sales, bors* bills, etc.. are
had a fair chance who has spruug 1 good, as we have both horse and
Judge W. R. Lawrence will hold
the following terms of Chancery
a'id Ptokafe court:
Nowata. October 4th, 1905; Olare
more, November 21st, 1905; Miami,
Moveuabet 28th, 1905; Pryor Creek,'
December 51k, 1905; Tahlequah!
February aoth, 1905; Miami, Marsh
6th, ig«s, Sallisaw, March -2(#th,
1905, Mowata, April 3rd, 1905;
ClaXem<tBe, April 24ths 1905; Pry-
ur Cheek, May 6th, 1905.
And f*s*iist iu holding the terms of
Court at Vinita, Indian Territory,
neginuiog October 10th, 1905, for
one week, beginning January 16th,
1905, for two weeks aud beginning
May 33nd, 1905, for one week, and
Probate business in all courts iu the
Ciias. A. Davidson, Glerk. I
out of the mud of the streets.
To knew the breath of lilacs and !
the rustle ot autumn leaves, to be
up with the lark, to wet one's feet
in the dew of the pasture, to go to
bed with the song of the whip-poor-
will— these memories are like guar-
dian angels. *
The children whose horizon is a
brick wall, who must play on cob-
ble stones and go swimming in the
canal and be chased by the police,
if they do not grow'up to be ideal
citizens, shall we, of holier memo
rii-s, sit in judgment upon them?
Shall we not remember their bonds?
an unerring guide baordtothis
the most favored seot of the
Every time the"wedding march
is played at a wedding somebody
makes a u«-,s step.
e solicit a share of your patron-
age and guarantee work to givt
satisfaction. Our office is especi-
ally. equipped for doing Commer-
cial and card work. You will find
priees ss.low as the lowest, materi-
al and workmanship considered.
Address all erders t* Topic. Ta-
Tlala, I, T, or call at our rooms
is one of the mainstays of an
office, and therefore vwe solcit
you patronage in that line.
Before placing yo(urorders for
Stationery or any other line
of Printing, let
Figure with you and see if we
can t be mutually benefitted.
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