The Taloga Times. (Taloga, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 3, 1912 Page: 1 of 8
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The Taloga Times.
TALOQA. DEWEY COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, October 3 «9«a.
Wilton Papers ea Paniiom.
From the Mobile Register, the
leadiqg Wilson paper in Alabama
"The Confederate armies of
less than 600,000 all told have
caused, even after the lapse of
45 years, more men on the pen-
sion rolls claiming to be victims
of the Confederate fighters than
were actually in the front in the
Confederate forces. This does
not aocount ihe thousands that
that have reluctantly died and
given up the pensions or the
thousands who never got to the
pension roll and the Thousands
who died from wounds or on the
field of battle
"It is a good thing for us all
the war did not last another year
If the deadly Confederates had
persisted in fighting, the wealth
of the world would not t« able
to pay the pensions that at the
present rate of granting would
have been given to the Federals,
their allies sympathisers, widows
real and bogus, bounty Jumpers,
camp followers, and the whole
hungry horde anxious to dip into
the public till'
Last Monday evening a few ef
the republican candidates ad
dressed an enthusiastic gather-
ing of the voters out at district
No. fit, on the subject of county
and state politics. Speeches
were made by attorney Carleton
candidate for Co. Attorney; E
P McLennan, candidate for Co.
Oerk. E L. Porter, candidate
for Co Treasurer, Fred L Hoyt
candidatefcr C . Superintendent
K. R. Dt-vson candidate for
Register of deeds and C K
Oiry, candidal* Tor county Judge
B-tcb one said bis aa. without
any mud throwing or al>u*e of
hii opponent and pledged him
melt that if be is fleeted be will
be tbe official uot only for the
repsblicans but for all ihe people
of the county.
The people of Dewey are an
intellegent set of people and are
not goiug to be tricked into vot
i>ig for any (nan that is not
qualified for the place, The
republican bojs realising this
did not attempt to deceive them
by ruuning down their opponents
It is the desire of the republican
organisation to make a clean and
luweat campaign off r the beat
men thep have, and leave the
selecting of the « fficers instead
of considering them ignorant
nod trying to dictate an the lads
in the Advocate office are doing
Who la Ha For?
The Advocate has a new staff
correspondent and together they
hrve laboured and brought forth
an IDEA7 Their first born;
Mother ane child are doing well,
but the PARENT the BABY,
JUDGE is still very weak. Let
us hope be will soon recover;
This is their issue (and lucjty
too that it waaent twins) JVHO
IS HE FOR? Elevin times in a
two column article in lsst weeks
issue of thei* party spokesman
they print in black faced type
the question, WHO IS HE FOR?
why this concern pn the part of
o u -r Democratic friends? It
seems to us that WHO IS HE
FOR? is about as important a
question to most of the Democ
rats as is the question, WHERE
ARE THE DEMOCRATIC
HEADQUARTERS? That is
certainly a "now you see it and
now you donf'proposition. One
day it is to be found at the Court
House the next t a certain
attorney's place and finally you
can f<nd a sign over the door at
the Advocate ofttce which reads
"Mikes Place Gome In,"or some
thing like that
In ' the aforesaid article be
says; We knew tbat the Times
Editor is against Wilson because
Wilson typifies intelligence,
cleanliness and progress) three
qualities with which the Times
editor has not even a nodding
Miraculous! Sberlocko! how
did you know that? Now gentle
reader dont you think tbat
souuds very much like the
"Mighty Scot" dope that wu
scattered broad cast throughout
the county at the beginning of
It is queer bow quiet tAat Nig-
ger Lovah" talk has grown late,
ly. Very quiet indeed.
Dr J. W. Plummer, reports the
of a ten pound boy at the home
of our villige Blacksmith, on
Bay T«r Mi pt* * Statin & C '« ail
vis ntK tb«|riw it tkav cwtHt
George Scale, bands us what
he claims is a sure cure for the
horse disease of which there is
several casea now in the country
near Taloga. The following are
the ingredients. Three parts
Sulphur, One .part SaltPetre,
and two parts Hackberry wood
ashes. Mix and give horse One
^nd one half table spoonful three
times a week. Put salt extra in
feed and keep the horse dry.
Davd Zeek, one of Webb town-
ship's sating young republicans
was in the city Tnesday.
A party consisting of Nat Ross
Cal Lnwson. Henry Dale, Fred
Delanev. and Wwn Paul, went
to Oklahoma City Sunday to take
in the fair,
Ik tat tsi MAtfrfek kMm tmb ia
Owiy maty at lnmt (rite at SMtat aai
C«'i I p* cast iff.
The officers on last Saturday
arrested one Simmons at Lenora
aid Monday be was brought be
fore Judge Smith who gave him
f 100 fine and a jail sentence ol
LOUIS WILLIAM LIST0N.
The angel of death has again '
visited our community aud taken
from it the infant son of Mr. ard
Mrs Wm Liston. Funeral ser
vices were held at the bouse by
Rev Micb«el, Friday at 3, P M.
after which the babe was laia to
rest in the Oakwood Cemetery
Louis William Liaton, was born
Dec 10 1911 and died Sept s 7tb
lyi'i aged 9 months 17 days
while we know the mothers ai ma
are empty and father will never
find bis baby watching for him
here when he comes in from his
work y et there is one comforting
thought, baby is waiting over
yonder and we can fay with ihe
poet. He ia not dead He is
I can not aay and I will not tsy
That he. is dead. He is just away
. Is tht tat Bss if
■•a aai bp (rim ha Mc ti SC. «a
■ Kmnj C*. MyamtrfL
T. M Burrow, democratic can-
didate for Clerk of the district
Court is a new subscriber to the
Times this week, Mr Burrow
is a pleasent gentleman.
. m Our^nterprlsing Druggist L
Wonderful! Kime, returned from Oklaho
' ma City with a fine Buick Auto
mobile which be had sold to ^S
B. Daniel, of Mutual
Quite a ' crowd of Talogaite*
visited the street fair, and carni-
val at Lenora the last three days
of last week. The exhibits were
good in an agricultural way and
the people certainly entertained
tbe large crowds in a royal man
ner. Every one from here re
ports a capital time.
JUbr %L lit SMtiw I Ca. art *n
And you oh you who oft
For the baby smile or
Think of bim still as the same
Heis not dead. He is just away.
There will be mass meeting of
The Socialists of Dewey County
at Taloga on Saturday, Oct., 5
P. D. McKhtsie, Sec.
Matt Wert*, Deputy Sheriff of
Oakwood was in the County
Jim Ruble and wire, left Tues
day for Oklahoma City where
they intend to take in the state
Here is a woman who speaks
from personal knowledge and
and long experience, vis. Mrs
P. H Brogan, of Wilson. Pa ,
It is slright for these weak' who says, "1 know from ex per
lings that have grown up in the ience that Chamberliti'a Cough . *" ,—
last few vears to make 'ight of! Remedy is far superior to any Winterfai- left Monday
'■ry.'jrrr Z tt-Oow army pwo.Mon, olb« F„rcro.p.l r. i-~.h! M. I,™,. I W.«r.ill. K«
throe* II •
the lauuMng st<ickof ttte voters that period can never forget it, 'dealers job as mail order clerk
all over the county ever since ;nor feel good toward the party
(some go"d democrats tco ) Now , 'hat brought itabout
f you fellows will keep \our!
little shirt* <>n, we will when we
gel a g <xl ready, print the niinei
of the n-f-n that we are goinu to j
vote foi i.i boldtype-nour paper
and allow the Ad\-icaie t • ropy 1 tfcil pip.
the same if they so les?re But;
dont hurry us; us; we dont like
to be anuoyed by such , little
SWIM I Ci's
|Mf n asw aai hab ti
If vou have voting ch'ldarn
you Ijave perhaps noticed that
disorders of the stomach are the
dm «t comon ailment To conecf
this you will find Cbamberlin'a
Stomach ane Liver Tablets ex-
cellent. They are easy and
"Dont target to attend the en- j
tertainment to be given at thei
Christian church on October 5th.!
This Trio comes to us well rec-|
contended and you will no doubt:
I get tbe worth of your money.
Mai.y prominent Masons of
Taloga went to Camargo last
| s-turd*y night to asalatthe New
I lodge at that place in putting on
t the work for a number of cand
t CNBfaay kai 1 prt
talafcr am aai kyt
1 Ifcqf 'tet han thM ia (tack tkay
«■ mkt ttaaifnai tka kn Tayln
m Ok*. N r« eMt WL
W. Copeland, of Dayton,
Ohio purchased a bot tle of Cham
berlin'* Cough Remedy for bis
boy,wbo bawl a 00Id, and before
tbe bottle wsa all used the boy's
cold was gone la that not bet
Krthaa to pay a five dollar doc .r—
tor's bill For sale by all deal- wan not costing him anything
pleasant to take, and mild andijd fc|| A(| preaent thought?
gentle in effect. For sale by all i jovetj themaelvea The new
dealers. !od>r« starts out with bright pros
, • ' jpects The officers are all ca-
- j pab'o and willing and every one
Our good friend F K Bussing, uil.eaa great intereat.
of Fountain, made u« a pleasent
call while in town Tuesday
Bussing, remembered us
Bussing, remembered us very] It Is reported ^«,neof the,
substantially anfl al>o hsd |,|8 cand^atesforacount>off«eh«
subscription marked up for „ne - d that; if any one of these fe
xear ahead Incldently he men. ' on 1 •*"
tioned another paper which had ** J**™™, •nd
been doming to Dim tor a few Hoot with htm. as I was raided
reeks ' which he had not tub in a country where the county
tori bed for, but when he ctlled was not big enough to bold two
anon the office waa told tbat it men when one told lies on the
w *" others Now what do you tbtalt
Unheard of generosity I of that*
! HV IKY stum.
In Shultise it Co'e PIANO CONTES"fi.
> Marv Fry 9785 M y Ferguson .
I Olie Johnston ... .9450 Edgar Owen
1 Marvel Wright . 9175 May Tomlin
>Gertrude Main . Zetta 8cafe
Hazel Ward .... 8530 Edith Cole
; Martha Clark ... 8405 Eva Ratslaff
"825 Minnie Bosch..... f:.. 1995
7rt60 Mxggie PoHand
7825 Dema Compton
7240 Ben W Koehn
©<90 Amy Reese .".T. -
5025 Mary Johnson..
5005 Page Ross
. 5490 Irene Hook.
. 5460 Grace Hughes
.. 5840, Charlie 8ommers
. 5000 Cordis Walker
. 4655 Anna Bsder
. 4466 Bessie Dawkius
4235 Mary Armstrong ...
4805 Jessie DeMoss.
. 4303 Dannie Haraha
4080 May Shaw
8875 Pearl Smith..........
S«o Cleo Curtla
8795 Mrs Jake Koehn . <
. 876ft Anna Ooz...... ....
. I7u0 Edith Lougtftcker....
. .8586 Emma Pollook..... .
. 8875 boilie Aehordft.. ....
.1440 Mm.U A Ward ....
' Elmer Loveless... 818o
Lena McNally . •
Anna Meyers ...
Alpha Dale . ...
Violet Rntjle .. .
Verda Sharp . v
Nell Black . ...
Mrs Teski.. ...
Madge Krssee ..
Ester Hoyt . ...
Leesie Ge'atd v
Clarice Heil«-r'. •
UraoB Harwell .
Elaie Loyett .
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Dasher, Arthur J. The Taloga Times. (Taloga, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 3, 1912, newspaper, October 3, 1912; Taloga, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc270081/m1/1/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.