Talala Gazette. (Talala, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 18, 1909 Page: 4 of 4
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THE TALALA SUPPLY CO.
Is now prepared to furnish
nil kinds of building material
BRICK. SAND BUILDING HARDWARE
Our Stock is all New,
Come in and See Us.
Talala Supply Co.
KANSAS CITY LIVE STOCK
Kansas City Stock Yards, March
'5. '9°9- There was a good run
in the xuarantine division here
last week and sales were generally
pleasing to shippers, although the
general market declined 10 to 25
cents for the week, due to heavy
run of cattle at all other markets
Two weeks of uninterrupted sharp-
ly higher prices brought out a lib-
eral supply, hut owners as a rule
are confident, and moderate sup-
plies are anticipated for several
weeks ahead, with strength in prices
the dominant feature. Run of
quarantines today is 66 car loads,
market steady to 10 lower, but
active, ami everything readily sold
Top prices today was paid for some
1200 lb. steers from Verdon, Okla.,
and two loads of yearlings steers
and heifers 611 lbs. from same ship
per sold at $5.40. Other steers
sold today at $5.50 to 5.95 and
l ght steers brought $4.95 to 5.25
There was quite a representation
from Texas toda(| including a j
string of Furnoaux steers from
Rockwell, 1250 lbs. at $5.90 and
5 75' seven loads of Samson steers
from Brownwood, 1132 lbs. at
$5-5°. and some S67 lb. steers from
J. D. Suggs, Bel ton, at $4.95. Bulls
sold today at $3.80 and 4.00, cows
S3.50 to 4.75, calves 55.00 to 6.50
choice light veals worth $7.50.
1 lie hog run was lkjeral last
week at 76,000 head, about of the
same volume as corresponding week
a year ago. Buyers from eastern
killlers lent animation to the de-
mand and forced packers into great-
er activity, the net result for the
week being an advance of 20 to 25
cents in prices. Run is 15,000
head today, market 5 to 10 lower
heavy hogs $6.65 to 6.72 1-2, medi-
um weights $6.50 to 6.70, lights
56.25 to 655 pigs $4.75 to 5.75
Interviews with packers indicate
that the east is bare with hogs,
which should insure a good trade
with killers there at this market
and give strength to the situation
for some time ahead.
'•0. A. FISK, President.
FIRE, FIRE, FIRE)
We write the best fire and torna-
do insurance obtainable.—First
HOME TALENT ENTERTAIN-
Saturday evening March 13th,
citizens of Talala were given at the
church, one of the fines home tal-
ent entertainments ever given iu
our little city. The proceeds of
I be evening are to be used for the!
promotion of athletics in the Talala 1
school. The three playes entitled, '
"Not a Man in the House." "The1
Teeth of the Gift Horse." and!
"Hans Von Smash" were render-1
ed and the characters acquited1
themselves in a very creditable
manner. There were too many
Stars to give particular mention
of any one, but every player did
his part in a way hardly to be ox
pccted ofjjan amateur. medicine creek locals
A stage had been built iu the We had the distinction- of being
church and prettily -arranged for visited by a mall sleet the 11th
the occasion. A large crowd was a„d snow the nth of this month.
111 attendance and from their fre-!
qnent applause, it was plainly
C. ORAVI-S. Vice Pres.
J. RIDtiR, Cashier.
FIRST STATE BANK
PAID CAPITAL $10,000.00
N ine-tenths of the business of the world is carried on by means
of checks, drafts, etc., all done by means of bank accounts. Is
this not a sfood reason why you should carry an account with
some good bank? It is the only way known to the business
world by which you can ESTABLISH CREDIT, which will
enable you to borrow funds when such a course becomes most
necessary. \\ e offer to our customers every accomodation and
courtesy in keeping with conservative banking-.
YOUR PATRONAGH SOLICITI• I).
Deposits Guaranteed By State Guaranty Fund.
The sound of the hammer and
drill are very musical instruments
in our community 411st now.
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Willie
evident, that the audience appreci
ated t.ie efforts of the partic pants
and the instructors of die school
are to be complimented fur their i Jacobs, the 8th, a l>oy
vpleiulid work iu preparing the
pupils for the occasion.
Many of the ladies have their
galvanized tin lien's sating, which! talala gazette
means an early crop of frie.l chick 1
Mr. J. K. Paullus got an abun-
dance of water 011 his place at a
deptli of 20 fc-et. From indications
it liiriy be nil artesian well.
to the tax PAYERS
of district no. 35.
Many in our community are
Mrs. W. H. Bible had the mis-1 p,a"tinR nml a few other
fortune to fall and .sustained some veJ>etl:iWes; :"'d
painful injuries in her ankle. !^°" 1''"—J 1 r. . A. ifcibry s
theory is, ■ 1 lie natural gas under
Mr. Henry Nicholson had a well this bottom soil keeps the ground-
MM low AMI
strjlsl rimon ratios
One copy, one yCiir j„ ad Am*,
Entered as sei-ond-das* nutter April 14
1908 at the post office at Talala, Oklahoma,
1J79"',IC Art°l <* M*reb \
ISSUED WEEKLY AT
I drilled 011 his place getting plenty
of water at something over 20 ft.
Iu compliance with instructions' .
from the County Attorney, the- „ We have M-ot learnetl whether the
School Board has called a meet in* ^azetU't0,°k 11 vacation or WM
disposed the 4U1. But we do know
that Uncle George's
of the voters of the Dihtrict at the
Public School Building, in Talala,
Thursday March 25, 1909, 4. p. m.
This meeting will consider the
needs in the schools in the district
and fix the rate of taxation for tiie j neighborhood.
present fiscal year. j Katie Bible, a daughter of John
Harnauk. A. Bible had an attack of tonsilites
Clerk of School board Hist. No. 35 last week.
so wann that vegetation starts from
fourteen to twenty one class earlier
than on the prairie." We
We are wondering how many of
piper got|,St. I'atric's devoties will have their
person, their dwelling and their
Charlie Neil and family, of SUia- j horses decorated with the emblem-
took, are visiting relatives iu this'"t'tr °olor green, the 17th. The
Saints and martyrs of ancient times-
performed a very important part in
the drama of perfection and Godli-
ness. The cross and the crown is
the christians banner.
Tor a First Class Hair Cut,
Shampoo Or a Shave.
Try a bottle of our Cu-Cura
for Dandruff or Falling Hair.
Win. H. 1.IGHTLE,
w. a. hollingsworth
THE HARNESS MAN
Does a Qeneaal Harness Business, making
New Team and Bitggy Harness. Repairing
done on Harness and Saddles on short notice.
Boot and Shoe Repairing, Harness and
Saddles Oiled. All w ork guaranteed and prices
reasonable. Your trade Solicited.
W. A. Hollingsworth,
Talala, - - . - 0kla.
J. W. Robbins. J. Herbert Moore.
Claremore Marble Works
J W ROBINS &. CO PROP'RS
all kinds of Marble Work.
We have a car load of Berre Granite on
hand, which we are selling for less than the
If you are needing a Tombstone drop us a
cud and one of our Representatives will call on
you with a full line of Samples.
Claremore, - Oklahoma.
REPORT OF TALALA UNION SUN-
DAY SCHOOL FOR SUNDAY
MARCH 14, 1909.
"Num! er of pupils present 101.
Total pre ent, including teachers
and officers 110.
Leading Sunday School class.
Iu the "Yoyng Mens' Class"
then* were 16 pupils present and
I11 the Sunday School contest the
Blues had 52 and the Reds 51.
Mary Robinson, Secretary.
1 he Ladies Cemetery Associstiou
will meet at the church Tuesday
March 23rd, at 3 p. m. Every -
Mrs. A. W. Campbell, Pres.
Mrs. Win. Breiinan, Sec
Try Starchlight offee and get a
handsome piece of queensware at
I he Gazette received an invita-
tion to attend the laying of the
corner stout? for 11 it* new 540,000
school house at Ramona, Saturday
Niarch 27th, but v.e are sorry to
say, we cannot attend. However
we are sure it will be a big day for
Ramona, and it will commemorate
one of the best and most worthy
events that Ramona could chose
to call about a big celebration for.
Mr. R. If. Hollingsworth took a
trip to H. Scott, Wichita and oilier
Kansas points a week or so ago,
for the purpose of looking up that
country with a view to locating
there, but we have been informed
that when he got back to Talala he
decided to remain here a while long-
er as he didn t find things as pros-
J>erous where he went as they was
right in Talala
DRS. BASS & RAMSEY;
Ipfogsfctjme £ Surgeon#
Calls promptly attended
night or day
Millinery Open in
SATURDAY MARCH 27.
I he Ladies of I A LA i. A are invited to
attend the G1AND OPSNJNG of Mrs. Jen-
nie" Crowd; s Beautiful aivi .Magnificent
Spring' 1 lats. We are COMiN(and you
will he pleased it you wait fur us and we
w .. make you Beautiful.
Conic One, Come All and bring your frier,:.!.-;
!.i the ok! bank balding,
Opposite ROGERS STORE,
Mrc. Jennie crowell
i: very body can get bargains iu
shoes at Campbell's, March 8 to 2o
Mr. Roy Jacobs and his motlnr
were shopping in Talala last Satur-
day and report seeing a busv iUy
iu Hint burg.
Mr. J- L. Daniel was
Pleasant Y.dioy Situr lay
Mr. ami Mrs. I.. I.efflcrm.d fam-
ily, of Buck Creek, were visiting
at the home of C. I\ Jacolls ,ast
Saturday and Sunday.
Clms. Veil and family, 0f Skia-
took. were visiting at the home of
u in. Daniel the past week.
M'. G. J. Clifton and family
visited at the home of Mr.
\ alk Sunday.
Miss Jessie Daniel visited friends
' lcMai" ^ a"ey Saturday.
Mr. Geo. Randall called at tic
nic of Mr. \ alk Sunday.
W in. ^ nlk was in Claremore on
business Saturday a.u, if j, hafJ
1.. H. and J. I). w.ool(,
"ave got out the bells and old tin
cans Be on the look out for that
e. v. bass, '
WE ARL HEAD QUARTERS FOR ALL. GOODS KEPT IN
A FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE.
We havr a full and complete line
i>f School Books, Post Cards, and
Fancy Wrltting Stationery. See u;
for all kinds of Stock Food.
Prescriptions pronptl* attended
niKht or day by a first class Pharma-
cist. We always keep a new and
fresh Stock pf Medicines on Hand
KILL the COUGH
W CURE THE LUWC8
▼ V V have just received a new and complete line of
School Supplies, Tablet*;, Pencils, l',lacklx,ard Erasers, Compo-
sition Books, Slates, etc., at Prices as Low as The lowest.
Come In And You'll Buy No Where Eke.
E. Y. BASS,
TALALA - - . OKLA.
FPgm itaUTi IIHUWMUUIIIU tt3r&2Sr&3*sr2Bzec&*
WHEN MA WAS YOUNG.
u lien ma was young, r*op|f Khn
had colds, soaked their f«et ji, hot
water and took a tew draughts
catnip and got well. \0w thev
ave takequh,inealK| frc!
SIC 311 s,in,nicr. When thev had
sore throat, wrapped a piece of ba
con in an old woolen stocking, tied
it around the neck at night, ami
went to work next morning. N„u.
they have tonsilitis, a surgical oiter-
atmn and two months laid j„
J 'i hen ,he>" had stomach tro.r-
e 3,1,1 twk castor oil and recover
^ow ,lle>" have apj*udicitM,
a week in the hospital and 9jx
due east and west and six f«t per
pendicular. In those davs they
wore underclothes. Now
wear lingerie. Then thev went to
a restaurant; „ow they go to a cafe
Ihen they broke a leg; now they
fracture a limb. People went erary
now they have a brainstorm. Poli-
ticians then paid good hard cash
for support; „ow I hey send gaHea
seeds and charge cost to the eov-
£ eminent instead..
•' ; • ;1 Dr. UGeanStock Food
Mest ir, the world—Rogers
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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/m1/4/: accessed September 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.