Talala Topic. (Talala, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, March 10, 1905 Page: 2 of 4
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Gns Dollar per Year in Advance.
Published Every Friday at
Takfa, Indian Territory.
Topic office for Job wark of al!
RemeinbeK Tone office is in
the second story of the Fawar k
Pendleton building, where we are
always pleased to welcome our
(riands and all who favor our office
with a visit. Csme lip wbttti in
town and subscribe for your home
paper, the price, ®i .00 pw year; s®
cents for six months or 25 cents for
three mouths. We also do job
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to their places of business through
your towu paper. You will be
sure to be treated right when you
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for the paper will be discontinued
to you address unless otherwise ar-
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indicates your subscription has ex-
pired and a renewal is respectfully
Come in and subscribe for Topic
for the ensuiug year for yourself
if you are not already a subscriber,
arid also one for a friend or rala
tive. You oan t very well afford to
ignore your Ijomc paper this year.
Our advert-isinif rates are 50 cents
an inch per month, payable at the
and of each fourth issue Subscrip-
tions, Cash in Advance.
Subscribe for your home paper.
From the hour of the invan-
tion of printing, books, and
not kings, were to rule the
world. Weapons forged in
the mind, keeR-ed^ed and
brighter than a sunbeam were
to supplant the sword and the
battle axe.— Whipple.
Writing is not literature un-
less it gives to the reader a
pleasure which arises nut only
trf>m the things said, but from
the way in which they are
.said; and thu pleasure is only
given when the words are care-
lully or curiously or beauti
fully put together into senten-
ces —Stopford Brooke.
A beautiful woman married
a man who was so homely that
his face would stop any eight
day clock that evar was manu-
factured, V\ hen the wojnan
was asked why it was sh« had
married so plain a man, she
said : 1 figured that it would
be a great deal more satisfac-
tory to be sole proprietor of a
homely man than to have only
a part interest in a man who is
s« handsome that a dozen other
women want a share of his at-
Moral: Once in a while the
homley man wins out.
Speaking of marrying the
whole family, reminds the
writer of a story of Claib Jack-
son Gov. of Missouri when the
civil war came up. His first
wife died and he married the
next oldest sister; she died and
he married the next sister; she
also died and in due time the
governor asked for the hand of
Number 4, the baby girl. The
old man had no objection to
Gov. Jackson as a son-in-law,
but answered him like this:
"Yes, Claib, you can have
Mattie, but for God's sake,
don't come back after the old
In cutting scions for graft-
ing the coming spring, the
growth of 1905 should be used,
as it is difficult to gat older
wood to unite with the stock.
The following is one of the
best recipes for grafting y*ax :
Ke^in, 4 parts, by weight;
beeswax, 2 parts; tallow, 1
part. Melt together and pour
into a pail of cold water. Then
grease the hands and pull the
wax until it is nearly white.
1 his is one of the bast waxes
for either indoor or outdoor
use. l'his should be heated
bttfore using if too hard.
You don't believe, then,
that 'public office is a public
"Well, it's certainly like a
trust, boine fellows seem to
have a regular monopoly ul
s ana jod
When in Town Gome in and See Us.
There is no law in the In-
dian Territory to prevent In-
dians from hunting deer or
other wild game, 'i rsatitts
give him permission to kill
wild game lor his own use.
notwithstanding published re-
ports to thecontrary.—Repub
Cut what you want in half,
subtract what you would like
to have, add nothing and mul-
tiply by nought, and yeu git
what you get in this vale of
tears. — Boston Globe,
A dood line of iiosieiy
We make a specialty of our hosiery,
and recommend "Iron Clads" for men,
women, misses, children and boys—
particularly for boys. Try them.
Subscribe for Topic,
W. C. ROGERS, Talala, I. T
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Talala Topic. (Talala, Indian Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 7, Ed. 1 Friday, March 10, 1905, newspaper, March 10, 1905; Talala, Indian Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc184008/m1/2/: accessed November 13, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.