Talala Topic. (Talala, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, March 10, 1905 Page: 1 of 4
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TALALA, INDIAN TERRITORY, MAR. 10, 1905.
'int-ereo at the posuffm at
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I-b«ki#*rv 9th, K3CJ3. Jndcr A&t of
SaNCiFrBSB l*l R€B 3, .1*879.
Jn looking for a Bank to receive
your money, you want to find a
safe Bank—a convenient Bank—
an accommodating Bank.
We want you to consider the
THE FIRST STATE BANK of
TALALA along those lines.
Satisfy yourself of the sound-
ness and reliability of this insti-
tution and then open an ac-
Topic, fci.oo per year.
Try Goddard for a Meal or
Independence Bread at God-
A fine line of Candies at God
Quite a number of farmers weie
on the streets Saturday last.
Pointer, at the corner Restaurant,
has Fresh Bakers Bread,
Hoard and Lodging by day or
week at Reasonable rata*, at God-
J. A Lewis perambulated where
sidewalks iti this burg are want to
be, Saturday last.
W. C Huffman, F. M. Fritts, J.
H. Thompson and S. L. Garner
were among those who contributed
financially to Topic till since its
C. L. Harnage handed ye scribe
the annual stipend for Topic since
our last issue. He believes in a
home paper and home enterprises,
and does his part ton^ird their p«r-
petuaiiou. Mauy thanks, C. L.
"Doc" Gamer looked in en us
a short time Monday. He had a
card from Rev. Slater requesting a
date for a re appearance here iu
the elocutionary role. "Doc" is
great on seauring entertainments
for this people.
Mrs. J. A. Buckles and children
arrived in Talala Friday night last,
much to the joy of Cashier Buck-
les. They are domiciled at S. Z.
Hiatt's for the present Topic is
pleased to welcome this family to
our social and business circles.
By Our Local Oontwibutor.
John Blevins was in town en the
Mrs. G. P. Walker was in Clare-
more this week.
W. H. Yoeman was trading in
town on Thursday.
Joe Alexander was in from his
country-seat ®ti the 9th.
Wtn. Slopey left for South McAl-
ester, I. T., on the 4th.
Dr. Rowland was over from
Oglesby on the 9th instant.
E. A. Dueteher was among the
arrivals in Talala on the 6th.
Miss May Huffman was among
the lady shoppers on the 4th inst.
Samuel Hudson and wife spent
Sunday with their son Charley and
Aud Rider was among the enter-
prising young farmers to be seen is
Charley Heady was down from
Watova visiting Talala friends on
the 7th. .
Postmaster Hiatt has been wrest-
ling with a case of the la grippe
Mrs J. A. Buckles and children
are among the late arrivals to our
Mrs. Frank M. Dawson and son,
Willie, have returned from a week's
visit iu Tahlequah.
E. G. McGuire, one of the ener-
getic salesmen who stops at our
little city, was talking business to
our merchants on the 9th.
Dr. Davenport who has been vis-
iting his brother, Ed., leh for Okla-
homa. He was accompanied by a
nephew, J. White Guynn.
Charley Riley was a caller Sun-
Mr. Underwood, father of Mrs.
G. W Wright, hs visiting her.
Several farmers sowed oats the
latter part of last week, so we were
Messrs. Mabry, Whitsen and
Huffman were among our first of
the week callers.
A L. Robinson, our Poultry deal-
er, pceompanied Chief Rogers to
his home the latter part of last
Mr. Hodge, a merchant of Wel-
ling, I. T , was looking after land
interests in tbij vicinity on the 4th
and 5th instant.
Dr. Bass is having his building
just north of the Drug Kmporiuai
remodeled and papered preparatory
to the opening of a Meat Market
therin by Clay Kstes When finish-
ed it will be the envey of similar
business rooms in town. Decker
and Paxton are doing the carpenter
work aad Ebbs 8c Son will do the
painting and papering.
Go to Pointer's for Bread.
Subscribe for Tepie to day.
J. W. Pearson was among our
callers on the 8th instant.
R. L. Dawson spent a few min-
utes in our sanctum oa the 8th.
Don't forget the meaning of the
on the margin of your paper.
E. D. Paee came np on the 7th
snd left an order for horse-o graphs.
Kldridge has a good horse.
Dr. Freer visited this printery a
short time on the 8th instant.
Stockmen don't forget-that Topic
is prepared to take care of year or-
ders for horse or jack bill.
Miss Luaeil and Master Freeman
Pendleton spent a half hour with
us the first days of the week.
Mr Matheson, of Missouri, an
acquaintance of Mayor Sloan, is
visiting him We acknowledge a
call frem the gentlemen on the 8th
Clay Estes, our new meat dis-
penser, to be, was up a short time
yesterday afternoon. He will be
opened up for business by the first
of next week.
Rev. Naylor, of Claremore, is
conducting a reviyal at this place.
The meetings are being well at-
tended and considerable interest is
Miss Gertrude Slopey was quite
indisposed on the 8th, jo much so,
indeed, that she was unable to at-
tend to the clerical work in the
post office. Everyone was pleased
to see her at the general delivery
window yesterday morning.
Farmers have been handicapped
this week bv the rains, but 'tis
hoped it will clear up sufficiently to
permit them to sow their oats and
get the ground ready for corn any-
other cereals While the rain was
needed for domestic and stock wse,
it was in bad time for crop purpos-
A Mr. Morris while duck shoot-
ing on the 8th instant met with the
misfortune to get his cheek bone
badly lacerated from the kick of
his gun. He was taken to Dr
Freer's house where medical sad
was rendered. At last reports the
injured man was doing as will as
could be expected from the nature
of the wound.
George Mabry was circulating
among our eitiiens the first of the
week securing subscriptions with a
view to patting down an oil well
on his allotment in the north limits
of town. At last reports he had
secured sufficient subscbed to sink
a well 700 feet. We hope he will
be saecessfal iu his efforts to fad
gas and oil and that work on the
project will not be long deferred.
CHEROKEE FARM LEASE
Can Interest yon in Oil or Gas
Lo«eo; also Missouri, Kansas and
Arkansas Farms for sale by
PARRAR S PENDLETON,
TALALA, X. IL
Members of the Mo. Pa«. Immi-
H. C. Townsbkd, Gea'l P A
T. Ag't, St. Louis Mo.
Robert L. Dawson.
Ta-la.la, Ir?d. Tar,
Will attend to any and all mat-
ters pertaining to the practice of
the law in connection with the law
firm of Wilson & Davis, of Vinita,
I will pay a handsome reward to
anyone who will swear in any court
to seeing persons hunting on my
premise# without authority from the
subscriber. R. L. Dawson.
Notice to H<*rt«ps.
All persons are hereby warned
not to hunt on any of my land.
Tresspassers will be prosecuted to
the full extent of the law.
4otf Hayward Row*.
Parties take notiee and keep off
of my land with gun and dog*.
No tresspassing allowed. Fivs dol-
lars for information leading to con-
viction of any one hunting on said
premises with out permission from
A SlOO QQflgy Por S5(b5
®nly been rnn a short
time—comparatively new. Pole,
Shafts and a Set of Single Harness.
If you want a bargain see the un-
dersigned right away.
R. L. Dawson.
On the evening of the snd Mr.
and Mrs. S. L. Garner entertained
a lew young friends. Delightful
refreshments were hospitably serv-
ed. Games and music wiled the
hours away. All present voted
their kind host and hostess splendid
One who was There.
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