Talala Gazette. (Talala, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 18, 1909 Page: 1 of 4
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TALALA, ROGERS COUNTY, OKLA., THURSDAY. MARCH 18, 1909.
J • L.
BEATTY & CO.
S and P Flour is
NEAR DEATH IN BIG PONO
the best. At j Onion set,s at Rogers.
Mr. S. S. Penrod is the new
'depot agent at Talala. .Mr. Hobbs
It was a thrilling experience to! "ie f°nner agent is going to Okla- "ie pr^sent-
I-'ollow the crowd, trade at J. L.
Beatty 4k Co's.
John Metthews is quite sick at
Y\ e have just rcceivvd and ph.ccd for your inspection a beaut i-
iul line of J..ailics and Misses Hats, Embroidered Waist Patterns
in Law n and Mercei ized Pongee.
<_uitc a variety of Colors and Pattern < to select from.
Price r $r.oo to$ ,75. *
\\ e aie Agents for tlie well known I a ies Home \ urnal Patterns
c Miceded to be the best and most actual: Putt :rn on the market
i ake a Sample Book hv.me with yo.i.
ALWAYS IX TKK 1A2A2X
J. L. BEATTY & CO-
-'jynratw .*•. T ~ry
Mrs. Ida Soj>er toface death. "For
years a severe lung trouble gave me
f intense suffering," she writes, "and
several times nearly caused my
death. All remedies failed and
Drs. said I was incurable. Then
Dr. King's New Discovery brought
quick relief and a cure so jjerma-
nent that I have not been troubled
iu twelve years." Mrs Soj>er lives
in Big Poiul, Pa. It works wonders
in coughs, colds, sore lungs, homer
rhages, la grippe, asthma, croup,
whooping cough and bronchial af-
fections. 50c and $i.oc Trial bot-
tle free, Guaranteed by K. Y. Kass.
Mr. Case, of Chicago, 111., is
here visiting at the home of Mi.
Abe Matthews and loooking after
his real estate interests here.
For Sai i;—a six week old calf
Has been taught to eat.
Wm. S. Hamilton.
M-t. I). E. Huffman the grain
buyer has handled 13 carload since
January 1/1909, and 4 cars of corn
up to tlie present time during the
the mouth of March.
Just recei ved, a car of feed and
' flour at the elevator. Bran, mix-
ed feed and shorts. Prices is right
I). E. IIUI I MAN.
Basket leaves Wednesday ai.d returns
Friday. MARRY LIGHTLH,
1 sale at J. I,.
New Line. Enough Said.
This is the time of year for "Banner
Riding- Attachments." They can be
used on Walking Plows, Listers or
We have Corn Planters, Cultivators,
Harrows in fact everything in Farming
W. C. ROGERS
and insertions 1
Beatty & Co.
Mesdames Bass, Bartmess, Lock-
er, Farrar, Merritt, and Misses
Maudie Oliver and Bower attended
spring millinery opening of Mrs.
Church, at Claremore, 011 Wednes-
Mr. Washburn, of I'rairie Grove
Ark., has moved uii Mr. R. I„.
Farrar's farm east of town. Uncle
Pete Stilt?, that was living there
has moved 011 Mr. Allison's farm
The First State Bank Deposits
The Wotnans Home Mission So
ciety will hold their next regular
meeting at the home of Mrs. Thos.
Bertholf Wednesday afternoon Mar
eli 24. Kverybody invited and
welcome to attend these meetings
M rs. Wm. Lightle, Pres.
Mrs. C. Graves, Sec.
All parties owing us accounts
back of January 1,1909, are re-
quested to settle same at once and
such accounts remaining 011 our
books after April first must be set-
tled by good note or mortgage.
Drs. Bass and Ramsey.
Loose-Wiles Chocolates at Rogers
IT SAVED HIS LEG
"All though I'd lose my leg,"
writes J. A. Swensou, Watertown,
Wis., Ten years of eczema, that
15 doctors could not cure, had at
last laid me up. Then Bucklen's
Arxica Salve cured it sound and
well." Infallible for skin eruptions
eczema, salt rheum, boils, fever
sores, burns, scalds, cuts and piles.
25c a4 F. V. Bass' drug store.
Be a Campbell customer.
Buy your spring wearables and
eatables dnring Campbell's big sale
Pies. Cakes and ROSKY S
Bread, of Coffeyville.
Breakfast, 6 to 8 a. m.
Dinner, from II a. m to
2 p. m.
Supper, from 5 to 8
p. m. Short Orders at all
t/V M. Lightle*
Miss Flossie I.ightle visited with
Miss Ruth Locker Monday night.
Seed sweet potatoes at Rogers.
Mrs. David Frakes is very ifl
with pneumonia fever.
Mrs. A.J. Riper went to Vinitit
Monday for a visit with relative^
Several farmers that are planting
corn had better wait until spring
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sangsteraiul
daughter Maggie visited town
Bargains in ladies slippers alt
Campbell and Son March 8 to 20.
Mrs. C. L. Haniage and children
visited in Vinita the latter part of
Mesdames Bass and Ramsey were
th; guests of Mrs. R. M. Locker 4
Friday of last week.
Good, negotiable paper bought
and sold at the First State Bank.
The three youugest children of
Mr. and Mrs. H. Countryman are
reported to be quite sick. ^
Mrs. O. A. Fisk and son Oliver
left last Saturday for a few days
visit with relatives at Pryor Creek
Mrs. Andrew Clark was called
to Neosho, Mo., Tuesday, owing
to the serious illness of her father.
Get one of those nice dishes with
2 pounds of coffee at J. L. Beatty
I.011 Pavton, of Westville, visited
Mr. and J£rs. Henry Scott the fore
part of the week.
Every tax payer should attend
the nieetiig that is to 1>e held at
the school house Thursday March
See our fine line of Easter Hats
for Ladies and Misses, at J. I,.
Beatty & Co.
Misses Lola Hughbinks, Edith
Meyers and Teresa Slopey were the
guests of the Misses Ouieda and
Lucile Pendleton Sunday.
Messrs A. J. Rider, J. G. Lipe,
W. C. Huffman, Thos. Buford,
Marion Dawson and John Dawson
went to Fort Worth,, Texas, Tues-
dao morning where they intend to
take in the sights of the National
Feeders ami Breeders, great stock
show which.is being held in that
The bargains to be had at Camp-
bell's during their bargain sale |j-e
too many to enumerate.
When we read about the tapw
storms and blizzards that tlut pro-
pie iu the north have been caq^rud-
ing with the past two weelu and
know the fine weather that we
have been blessed with, we can't
help but wonder why it is that so
much of this fine country is lying
idle. Just waiting for people to
come here and buy it at nominally
110 price at all and enjoy the com-
forts of one of the finest and health-
iest climates iu the world. Also
assured with the most lucrative
returns that is to be had anywhere
for the same efforts.
THE LURID CLOW Of GLOOM
(was seen in the. red face, hands and
|body of the little sou of H. M.
Adams, of Henrietta, Pa. His aw-
j fill plight from eczema had, for five
vears defied all remedies and paffled
the best Drs. who said the poison-
ed blood had effected his lungs and
nothing could save him. "But"
writes his mother," seven bottles of
Electric Bitters completely cured
him." For eruptions. Eczema, salt
rheum, sores and all blood disorder
and rheumatism, Electric Bitters is
subreme. Only 50c. Guaranteed
by E. Y. Bass, druggist.
, Beautiful line of Embroideries
\ and insertions just opened and 011
sale at J. L. Beatty & Co.'s.
KILL* WOULD DC SLATER
| A merciless murder is appendicitis
with many viptims. But Dr. King's
New Life Pills kill it by prevention
They gently stimulate stomach,
liver and bowels, breventing that
cloggiug that invites appendicitis
curiug constipation, billiousness
chills, tnaleria, headache and indi-
gestion. 25c at E. Y. Bass' drag
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Stapleton, William H. Talala Gazette. (Talala, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 18, 1909, newspaper, March 18, 1909; Talala, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc184969/m1/1/: accessed June 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.