The Taloga Times. (Taloga, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1914 Page: 1 of 5
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For Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, & Shoes, See LEIS & CO., Free City Delivery
TALOGA. DEWEY COUNTY. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, JUNE l8th. 1914.
Afl Of Vqu Fanaen Hut- Are
In Silos See \!e As I Think that I Have The
Best Gn The Market. *Tbe Hiuge Door Made
Of Oregon fir, One Piece, And One That Will
Siand And Give You Satisfaction.
:oL D. W. PEER,
L«ittle Ruby Boatman, the
eight year old daugier of Mrs.
Boatman, died Thursday Juue
llth the remains were taken to
Camargo for burial, little Ruby
feas a bright little child and will
be greatly missed b£ the little
folks of Taloga Little Ruby has
g.jne to meet little Brother who
took his flight just a few days a
go. wltiiu we' feel there loss we
know assuredly that they have
ga<.'<*trT &-J}9tt< r-.p!.a«0hthaii- thin
o'd sin cursed earth Christ
says suffer little.children to come i writer of this sketch feels
unto me for of such is the king,
dorn of heaven I would to (ioti
we were all as well prepared to
siaad before almighty God' a*
tlioes two little darlings But
we extend our heart felt symp
thy to *,he berieved family.
ball game sunday
june 21st. \
Taloga vs Camargo at. the
Fair grounds, game eal'ed at 2
30 p. m Camirsio is comming to
win,% a good game assuned.
Plenty of good shany seats for
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
In our announcement colura
this week appears the announce
meat of E. fcTDodd of Oakwood
as acanididate for the office of
County Treasurer, subject tathe
will of ihe voters of the Kepuoli
can party at the primary elect
ion to be held on the 4th day of
Elmer Dodd. as he is well and
favorably know by his o uiiy
friends needs no recommendat
,V!' «* d to those 'Whu«h*av« never;
formed his acquaintance, the
Fut Siamaia into them
Dr. Hess Poultry Panacea
Cures, Gapes, Leg weakness, lodi
gestien, and makes them grow.
OUR LICE KILLER
Insures Them Against All
Lice And Insets That In-
fest Young Chickens.
Each 25 c At
John Pie. ds, Republican candi-
date for Governor, believes tha
electing the right kind of men
to the legislature is of first im
portance, and says : "Elect men
who have sufficient interests in
your own community so -that
they'll come back after thelegis
lature adjourns. The kind of
men you send to the legislature
has very much to do' with the
kindof^state goverhment you
will have during the ues't two
years Unfortunately, tho.chief
interest of those who are most
active about the state capital con
sists in getting appropriations
That is almost the exact oppos
ite of the real interest of the
folks who Jive and work on Okla
homa farms. The members of
the legislature determine the eje
tent of these approprations."
ie Best Investment
, .your" family «•
only 4« a wee)
Some boy fell through -FTarrv _ „
Swartzs offlice window last week !Cttn,e along and wanted t<
grately his inability to do the
subject justice, to be plain and
use good common sense, we will
just say that Elmer Dodd, is one
of those human characters, with
oui either spot or blemish. His
father, being one of the early
settlers of Dewey Connty, we
mitfht say that Elmer grew to
manhood in our county. As a
work hand on the farm he has
been a success, as a clerk in the
mercuantile business he has ev
er been faithful, true, and hon
est. For some time past Elmer
hah been engaged iu the merch
antiie business at Oakwood.
Having goods to sell, he never
cared how much any one person
bought. The otTher day a party
Harvest has bpg'un in ttv's local
ity wheat never was better.
Weather fine for harvest so far
While Corn-is not suffering
but a nice rain would be appreic
cut his Alffalfa
George Winburn left for 'K;>n
sas la*-' week lo help bis brother
Janues Swartz is able to pet a
round nicely with the aid of a
'Tama Democrat of the Tex
as kind,'J«0Uld a Lawton man. in
a discussion oft.hesteadv becltne
of national prospority under the
Wilson administration, "ard
have been voting a straight tick
et all my life but I was scared
to death every time I did it for
fe^r the Democrats would get in
an destroy business I am bfgin
cingto feel that this siraigbt
ticket voting amounts to about
the same thing in State affairs
and Harrv told htm all about it
but told him it must not hap
pen again as be.was liable to
say something that would not
look in prinV
Mrs. Dan Wright is taking a
rest as they have gone out of
- the Hotel business aid moved
in a private house in the north
part of town we dont beleive she
can stabd the shock unless she
has a private race track and
runs half mile each day.
We are proud of our Rill team"
this veur as they have been play
some ball arid we expect a great
(treat the 4th, of July so come
prepared to see a good game.
al I the goods.lie had, whlrh
readily sold It happened ir :i
time when his party was in
search of just, such a man tc i;e
John Butler expect to go to
Enid neatt week and he dont
want to go either
Doing Oklahoma A Service.
If there isn't a John Fields for
Governor club in your precinc^
organize one You can do your
state no greater service at, this
particular time.-Tahlequah Stin
printer at once
call or Write at Times
:e. J.W: Hays.
FOUR CENTS A WEEK AND
PLENTY FOR A FAMILY OF FIVE
STORIES AND ARTICLES
on sports and a'.hletics for
boys and young men.
STORIES AND ARTICLES
for men and women In activp
employments ; for Invalids -
STORIES AND ARTICLES
for busy mothers and
girli"at schdSI and college. 3
Nobody in the family is tell out by The <
ion. There • •ornithine for mryb<
fcoBMPe youngegt to the oldest.
This conp—i 1 mwt m|
#2.00 for th. S2 b
«• •* inw far
wMb af MIS
cornea candidate for the oflirre
above mentioned. When ap
proched on the subject, he t-. ( in
ed for a lime puzzled if no a I
tyost paruiyized, but on b- iug
Convinced thai bis party ii<-i-cl< d iviit
him. he consented to, man.-^t ,e j thi«'wrVieing"
race. Now as ibe writer lias a
bove stated, that lie did not'
count himself c< tcpptei.t. to'
write this suetch, he «v,ll Ton
elude by saying to the vou s of
Dewey Couuiy if you woulu line
to have a thorougij booklet eper i
an honest true Chris-'ian. and a1
man to know that wili be a man
Call or Judg • Wood and Mr
■Bo: .ress for fii.einrneriufr s
I of • xneriance «!>•• sfaetiou gu ;rn
i terd —taloga Owl i
W T Smith from across the river
was shaking lia.ds with Taloga
•ok""*"" • vtft. MMdMr
inawoKI will ba Mot I* lb*rfaHr.
The Companion contain, tha i 1 * T* I 11
of goodraadimforS2.pl> Im tkam wt.
THE Yoirprs COMPANION, S«aX . "-Ti
Subscription* Ktethird at Thh Offin.
■W Oar ftmUr OOar " * ml.
Ob'ts, Nervals little lv>v l>as
beuii quite sick Imi is mu£.ii net
ter at tliis writing
ses boy's quite sick at 8a
TIipi e has been i nnmbpr of
-es t>f rnuuips in town ibis
ranlr Allen went to Cherokee
■ irvest he sa>d he got in a
day and that was enoilgh
im, when be got back to
m some one said ti^im that
'lri;ce team was there be
no 1 nni in a hnrrv, Frank
- if the world is as big North
- >otb as it is Ea-st and West
wonM bate to start arouud it
11 hot we ither.
spring hot thev have about all
|rcu out of people to attact
The tn:o Qrookhaven Brothers
wore in town Monday on busine
Thu M R. tjjiorch had chilJ
rsns dsv excenaes Hnnday even
ing. and Na general good program
was enjoyed bit, the young poo
pie dons well and so did oar mate
There are a number of cases
of Disentvrry among children of
our town and parauts should be
to be loved, honoretf and respect
ed by all who kqowhim, lor your j v°rry careful what tbere cnild
County Treasurer, then vote tor
E. H. Dodd
Eld. Cariev of Oakley was in
the t'itv of Taltpo ^rrdsy if
CAMA1JGO VS TALOGA
EVERY BODY THAT WANT8
TO SEE A GOOD BALL GAME
COME TO TALOGA SUNDAY
JUNE 2lst GAME CALLED AT
2 30 PLENTY of GOOD Shady
Seats For You AH Come to tha
Pair Grounds, and see a good
] ten should cat, it is the best pre
ventativefrom ail the children
After going to Press, we learn Cliesney at>d Nat Rilbourn
that llr.Trumbles little two year "** " *"
old baby was dead,our sympathy
is with them
M Sbu'tise am! wife are paint
ing there summer home in Talo
df Seiling were'In town Monday!-,. „ •
attending to som« of thier basine i a"*ma« children who have
ss matters I bc*n 8ick '<>r some time are, gett
ing oonsidsrabis bettor
We thought something sorely
had happeped this morning that
we could not get Seiling over 1
the phone on learning what Was
the (natter we learned the ifede
pendent phone office burned last
night. We dont know the par
ticulars as to how the fire start
ed nor how mneh damaged was
doue but we hope it was not bad.'
Back again to old Dewev Mr
H. Hoyt, after two ;<«• oiri
western country ia the be<
country of Washington «
Isat desided to return &.
bis old stood by : '
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Hays, Jeptha W. The Taloga Times. (Taloga, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1914, newspaper, June 18, 1914; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc270202/m1/1/: accessed February 17, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.