Talala Gazette. (Talala, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 7, Ed. 2 Thursday, May 13, 1909 Page: 4 of 4
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THE TALALA SUPPLY CO.
is now prepared to furnish
all kinds of building material
Follow the crowd, trade at J I<.
Beatty & Co's.
We will have ice cream at the
Drugstore Satuuiay May 15th
Come in and get a dish.
Squire J. 'K, Pendleton made a
"business trip t 1 Tulsa and Musko-
gee, Monday and Tuesday nf this
si Mr. A. I,. I'd
BRICK. SAND BUILDING HARDWARE
Our Stock is all New,
Come in and See Us.
Talala Supply Co.
Dr. J. R. Baird
Will be in Talala the 16th of
each Month to Administer to All
Ailments of the Dumb Animal.
I have a guaranteed Fever
Remedy. Cure or No Pay
Calls Answered Promptly.
PHONE NO- 2<W)
The Minnesota Girl.
It is said that every third Minnesota
girl la a breadwinner. It Is hoped
that the other two girls are bread-
makers. Minnesota certainly his the
flour.—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
African "Butter Tree."
The "butter tree" grows In Central
Africa. From the kernel of Its ■ ;it
Is obtained nice, rich butter, which
may be kept a year or more.
Man It Not Mads for Himself Only.
No man la made only fur hltnso'.f
and his own private affairs, but to
serve, profit and benefit others—Den-
M.KING'S NEW DISCOVERY
Will Surely Slop Thai Csnoh.
<'. H. WOKTMAN .P. I. HIIW'AKI.
ATTOHNKYM AT I.AW.
All liusiness given prompt
Office in Farmers
Trust Co's Building
Few of 11s are Interested In those
famous pavements made of good 'in Mo-
tions, as we don't exi <^et 10 go ti. 'id,
Popular Names in Rritjin.
In England and Wales, out of every
100,000 girls and bey?. C.SL'O are call 1
Mary and 6.590 William.
Immerse Mexican Haciendas.
Some of the haciendas in tin Mexi-
can stale of Duraago contain a mil.ion
or more acres.
No Chance for Argument.
No man dares dispute that a mar
ried woman Is a slave. His wife v.on't
let him.—Brooklyn Standard-Union.
Dr. King's Naw Life Pills
The best in the world.
Before All Things, Humility.
Humility Is the A. H. C of splritua
W. A. HOLLINGSWORTH
THE HARNESS MAN
If you are awake to your own interests
you will buy your harness of \Y. A.
Hollingsworth the Harness Man,
He makes light and heavy single and double
Harness of all kinds, and does all kinds of repair
If you are in need of sweat pads you should
buy a pair of VHNTIPLHX PADS.
'ool was down to I
Tahlequah Monday and Tuesday
on business in Hie interests of his;
New line of Ladies Oxfords in |
black, tan and <ix blood at J. I,-
Beatty & Co.
Mr. J. I,. Beatty left Wednesday
morning for a three weeks tour j
through Texas and new Mexico.
He intends to stop at Galveston,!
Texas and Roswell, New Mexico.'
If you don't receive your pnptr
next week you will know that you
ar<* in arrears on your subscription
and owe us for the past year which
you have been getting the paper.
Please settle part if you can't pay
it all and we will continue to send
you the paper.
The American Baptist Home
Mission Society will meet at the
home of Miss Janie Oliver Thurs-
day evening May 20th, at 4 o'clock.
Everybody is invited to attend
Mrs. Bass, Pres.
Miss Jamie Oliver Sec.
Corn for sale at 70 ceil Is per
bushel on the Yeoman place 6 miles
east of town, I,. T. Daniels,
Report of Talala 1'niou Sunday
School May 9, ujoq.
Pupils present 91
I otal present including officers
and teachers 100.
lit the Sunday School contest the
Blue'.- had 53 present and the Red's
After Sunday School a program
was given; consisting- of songs In-
different Sunday School classes. A
reading "Why we should Teach
Temnerence" by Miss Hollis
Cranor, a reading 011 Missinarv
V\ ork by Miss Ouida Pendleton,
and a reading on Temperence In
Miss Jessie Campbell, Mrs. Claw-
ford answered the (jtiestion "what
is the Sunday School?" Mr.H: mil
ton gave a short talk on Stincl; v
Sol >ol work.
Mary Robinson, Sec.
Safety 3 Deposits
Security 3 Loans
Are the fundamental Considerations in Banking
FIRST STATE BANK
Offers the former and Asks the Latter
O. A. P U, Pit KM. f. i lu AY km. V. I'll km. A. .1. ItiltKK, < 'ami 11 Kit.
Wm. II. Mtapi.kt«n,
KDITOM AMI PI1II.IHIIKH,
SUBSCRIPTION KATES ..
One copy, one year in advance. II.II I
"Entered as second-class matter April 14 ]
1901 at the post office at Talala, Oklahoma, j
under the Act of Congress of March ?,y
Talala Lodge No. 25^,
A. F. & A. M.
Regular meeting every
Saturday on or before the Full
Moon. Visiting Brothers cordially
invited to attend.
/E. Y. Bass, W. M.
A. J. Rider, Secretary.
E, V. HASH,
WE ARE HEAD QUARTERS FOR Al.L GOODS KEPT IN
A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE.
The Season of the year is here for the Fisher-
man and the l>ase Ball Player, and we are pre-
pared to furnish both, with any goods they may
need in those lines.
See our fine line Post Cards, Stationery,
Fruits and Candies.
Our New Soda Fountain is prepared to fur-
nish you all kinds of Cool Drinks.
Perfumes, Talcum Powder Toilet, Soaps Etc.
No finer line kept in any Store in the land.
Come in and yoa will Buy no
Here Is the wuv to qv.it arr-R'n^
(recommended by a man who tailed
to mtl;e It worki: Instead ot qu'Mtn
off short. quit gradually. Don't biacko
he morning until jou can't staad !t
any longer. Then smoke a cigar, and
tin 11 quit asain ua*.;' j ju are compelled
.ait Ice or to crany. I-y degyeis,
you will learn to do without booking.
We s.-ll Dr. LeGears Stock Food
Best in the world—ivogers.
Piu i Publication May 13 1900.
state of oklahoma;
THn BKST ror.
W. A. Hollingsworth,
Talala, ... 0kla.
COL'NT; 0£ ADAIR:
In the County Court,
(ii the Miattfr of the cst itr of
^ . Kilith Bi^bcv ami Gorda M.
DOC TRAVELS 1000 WILES Bigliey, „,in„rs Thomas
N TEN DAYS (t nardin .
(Jceola Sentinel: Sotue time u-m NOTICi-OF SALP. OF «i=AL ESTATE
r } >r , s h rel v give that iii purstiar.ee
Jo 1 1 .lessened moved frojll t •li** , to an order of the County Court ut Adair
community to Frioilia Tex.'is* t.ik Uounty, oklahoma. Ilia le a- d enicre.I, a% to
• 1 1 , , each minor, on the da\ of March.
• K U it 1 hull .1 S S 1 'p 1 *r I .1)* J.ic* ; Iy«>9, ill tne m.itter • ! t:u c..-aie< of Kditli
and thr rest of the family. Til - and Coriia M. libbey, minors, the
1-1 t , • , , . " ' undersigned as jruardiaa of the estate of .said
dog did not reush the clnn^e !> 1: minors, will sell at private >aie to the higIt-
remain? I \V: til til £ f 1 ilily f j;- s * .* •" i est bidder, for cadi, and subject to con-
1 « r\ 1 ? ' Urination by said Cottrt o i or after Mo idav
ai w^eks. 0:15 ti ly st ir.s I the3Ist day .if May, IVOV, at the ditice
north after a jack raljhit. Til r 1 '' Adair Conntv, :«•
,1 | . .. " Westville, all tlir right, title, interest and
' ^ 'St .1,. i\l .-sii:! rji suv nt estate of viul Kditli Bigliry, minor, in and
the dog, hut evidently bv t!i • time *',c following described land, to-wit:-
,1 , . ., , I Lets 4 and S in Sec. 6, 'IVp. 24 N.
the dog ),a.e U.J til,* c.l li. , li -- , I- j Kangc 16 I". and containing 76.19 acre<
eluded that while he was i -ted
Rest for Our Intelligence.
Ignorance, considered alone anij
aside from truth with which It Is so
sweetly harmonious, Is rest for our
Intelligence; it maks us forget our
past evils, dissimulates the preseut
ones; in fine, it Is a boon, since It
corn's tn us from nature.—Darnardln
de CaJnt Pierre.
The Wife's Tribute.
our hti&band wor a good man,"
decl. red the ayu pathetlc Mrs. Casey
to the bereaved widow. "He wor!"
cxelalmed Jits. Murphy, dashing the
tears from her ryes. "No two police-
m!n cud handle him."—TIt-Rlts.
"T'.iere'B a pal it shop aroun 1 tho
■joiner on l'lts; a inue that's Juat ns
*i-l ss can be of all sorts of oxalo-
said the tast sid° woman.
'N.-phtha, kerosene, turpeitiae, and
to you know what else they've Rot
hrr ? A cross-eye] girl clerk. It's
emptlas Providence."—N w York
A Witty revlv-.list.
A revivalist In Ca-tervllle enliven*
Ms addresses with such aneedeteg as
thi.-: "An old woman shouted In the
•evival. Her huabat-d said: I fe't like
:< Irs; tlirough the floor.' She replied:
"Anil I felt like going through the
oof I.ach was attracted homo."—
.vansas City Star.
J. W. Robbi.ns, J.'Herbert Moore.
Claremore Marble Works
J W ROBINS A. CO PROP'RS
Monuments, Headstones and
all kinds of Marble Work.
We have a car load of Herre Granite on
hand, which we are selling for less than the
If you are needing a Tombstone drop us a
card and one of our Representatives will call on
you with a full line of Samples.
Claremore, - Oklahoma
lie would com * hi-/; to "God's
Country," and without ever look-
ing back, .so far as known, h? It >t-
foolcd over the country an 1 arriv-
ed at the old home ten days .ftcr
lie had scared up the jack rabbit
niirr urle«, i i Rj^ers ('■> imy, OkUh'iini.
nd all tiir light, title, interest and
estate nf the said Oinia M Bigbey, minor,
in and In the following, described land, to-
rhe SF. 1-1 of the NW 1-4, an.l the SK
II) acres of i.ot 5 and the W 21.71 acres of
Lot 3, all in Scr 6, Iwp 24 N. Range
16 !i. a i I • mtaiiiin^ 7I.71 acres hi >rc or
lesi in Rogers t^outity, Oklahoma.
TI,. ,i: .... , Landu sold aubjeit to existing leases. Bids
s a ice IS close to fx.!!' must be in nr.ting, accompanied by a
Uliles Sj the dog made a reo6r I of ' Check for not less (hail one rliir.l of
, a'nount bid; checks made payable to
J lies a (lay . 1 he speed I Tliomai liigliev, (inardian. Lands of tile
with which hi; returned to Iowa f^pcrtiiv minors will lie sold srpera'ely
H>mit/l .1.1 i and bids and checks should be submitted
cate t.ia. .Its jll l^lll-tlt I separately. Bids may be filed with the
Was excellent, and his instinct of a I County lodge of Adair County, or with
V/.,-,. l.;,,t. r ! Oayloid N. Bei>out, Attorney, at Vinita,
• to sa> nothing of i The right is reserved to reject any
his JX-ripatetic ability a id all hi Is, if in the judgment nf the Court
or the Ouardian the amount is insufficient.
Dated this 1 Oth, day of May, 1909.
Thomas Blgbey, Guardian
Gaylord N. Helmut, Attorney.
All Men Subject to Error.
A man must have a great deal of
ran! y who believes, and a good deal
of boldness who affirms, that all the
doctrines he holds are true, and a!l he
rejects are false— Henjamin Franklin.
Jimmy Knew When to Start.
"My son Jimmy came hone from
*choi I yesterday trjlng as If 1 is heart
ou d break. 'F( i he wins e.tke slop
i. 8on!' 1 ooTimand d. 'Did you yell
hat way all the way down th street?'
N'-no,' he sobbed 'I s'atted when I got
o tli fn ::i d h r ' "—Cleveland Leader.
More Than Figurative.
"Altis." sizhed Weary Wishes, gax-
Ing dejectedly upon his torn and tat-
tered trousers. "I'm afraid these here
pants Is on their last legs!"—Lippln
A London man attempted to prevent
an angry husband from abusing hi*
v.ife, whereupon the wife shot and
killed the good Samaritan.
"A n an cbout town, as near an I
'tin fi?grr It out," remarked t'ncle
"os: a.I Hemlock. "Is a feller who
vauls to loaf around ftom pillar to
est. Ain't satisfied to take up a
ilnee with the solid citizens every
eveuin' In the grocery.''
"Shay," exclaimed th<> citizen who
sad been sitt'ng up with a friend.
,-azini wonderingly at the h«aven .
"thlsh must be a great night for
itronometa. Never saw sho many me-
teoralp my life."—Kansas Clly Times
Universal Patent Costly.
To secure a patent in each of the <|
countries issuing them would coat aa
Inventor |!.ri,000, exclusive of the at-
FIRE, FIRE, FIREI
W e write the best fire and torna-
do insurance obtainable.—First
? XILL thi COUCH
ANi) CURE thb LUNC8
Walter—"Bo careful of the soup,
gentlemen, ft is so hot that It hat
scalded, both my thumbs."—Meggea-
with Dr. King's
FOR C8USr vftAVS.
JMn mx Tawo n «wd luwb rnwiita.
> on Insurerl.
a O ARAHTXBO SATISFACTORY
ob. XOVKY UVWDSO.
Miction of Sueceasful Man.
Not to outsjilne, but to shine upon
hU neighbors, is the succcastul man'l
Her Act of Forgetfulnes*.
"Relng pelted with flowers Is not al-
ways a sign of good will," observes
the Philosopher of Folly. ;l onrn knew
a Dian whose wlfp was alw.iys throw-
ing bouquf ts at him, but she forgot to
remove them from the pot a flrst."
The visitor waa trying to be genial,
and asked the small maiden at hi*
side: "Shall I peel your pear for you,
little one?" But the child 'replied:
"No. fank yoa; It'a quite aniall enough
Sometime* tte Less, the Better. ~
We have noticed that anybody whfl
can sing can play the piano a little.—
Scars Ona far Mr. Henpasfc.
Mrs. Henpeck—"Why Is It that
bachelor* are so mocta more crabbed
and croas than narrled men?" %ir.
Henpeck—"Becauae they're not afraid
o any what they think."—Newark
Make It Effective.
Markham. We have committed tha
golden rule to memory; now let ua
commit ft to life
To keep the water fresh and aweet
In vases of cut flowers, add to It a
small bit of sugar. This is suecaaaful
even Id the caae of such tAinga aa
Talala Camp No. 7776.
M. W. of A.
Regular meeting night Tuesday |
1 after the Second and Fourt Sun- I
IS. W. Eve, V. C.
j W. A. Hollingsworth, Cler^. j
;if ucMien'a Arnica Salve
The Best Salve Is The WorM.
How Lapp Collects reindeer.
In AplII, the Lapp lets lis reindeer
loose to wander as they ploi.se, u.,,1
when the mosquitoes begin to a bourn]
(about midsummer) collects his herd
simply by catching one deor, Httin;.; <t
with a bell and trusting to Instinct
(which leads the animal* to gather
Into herds for protection against the
mosquitoes) to do tie rest. In a cool
summer, when mosqlutora are few,
this Instinct does not come into play,
and it is almost Impossible to brius
! the reindeer together.
England's houso of co.nuions wr.ots
vent.lutlon. Plenty of ulr is pu:uped
Into the chamber, and it comes
through the gratings oa the floor, bat
It conies from a spot Just over the
bunk of the Thames river, with its
ill-favored bargee. And the othor even-
ing a member met a colleague wl:b
his handkerchief to his nose. "Yoa
never kr.ow what will pass inside," he
spluttereJ, "but you always know
what's p..sslng outside."
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Stapleton, William H. Talala Gazette. (Talala, Okla.), Vol. 2, No. 7, Ed. 2 Thursday, May 13, 1909, newspaper, May 13, 1909; Talala, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc184042/m1/4/: accessed January 18, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.