The Taloga Times. (Taloga, Okla.), Vol. 17, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 18, 1914 Page: 3 of 5
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THE TALOGA TIMES
.'-A/' '■ V . ' •.
J. W.Hays, Editor.'
$1.00 per year.
Entered at the Post OtHoe at
Talogi Oklahoma, for* transmission
through the mail its Second Class
Advertising Kates made
Take Plenty of Time
There is a saying that "rapid
eatinjr iij slow suicide. " if you
have fortrted the babit, of eatin*
too rapidiy you are most, ' likely
suffering from indi^istion or
teoustipation, Vvhich wi I re ult
eventually in serious ilines.4 un j
le s corrected Ingestion l eu'ins
in Lbfe n.ontli Food s) ouln b':
thoroughly masticated and insal
ivated Then wh'jn you h ve a
fulhfrse of the st.ouji'eli or fell
Ail Ads to run untii ordered jdul1 Hni1 "<« '■ eavinir take ;
oul^ jot Gb^uiberlin\s Tablet's. Many
_^j severe cases' of stomaoh troupe
and cc-ti.-sti patton hav^ been curtd ,
COUNTY CLERK. , |>y the use of t.hese tablets They
We nav«'hepn authorized to annouoe ; are easy to take and most asrre.?-
W. T. Smith, of Little Kobe Township able in etfycfc. bold by ul, drug
as «i candidate for the nomination to the '
office of County Clnrk, of liewey ('own
ty, on the Republican Ticket, subject
to the will of the .electors aa exj ressed
'Ht the primary election to be hold the
4th, day of August 1914.
F hereity announcetny candidal for
th^ nomination on the republican Tick-
et for the office of County Attorney
of Dewey County Hubject to the
ill of the voters of thesaiJ party, ha
expressed at the primary election on
August 4;h.T 11>14. \
D. G. Moore.
We are authorized to announce the
candidacy of Geo. W. Kouns for the
nomination for th^ office of Court
yClerk, on the Republican ticket subject
to the will of the voters of said pasty,
as expressed at the primary election, to
be held August, 4th. 1914.
W. A. REEKIE FOR 0HKK1FF.
We are authorized to announce tb<'
candidacy ' f W. A. Reekie, of Marion
T wnsh'p, for the nomination on the
Republcan Ticket for the office of Sher
itf i.f I>ewey Couoty, subject to the
will of his party hs hxprised at the
pri uary election to be held August 4tii
To the people ot Taloga lets
every body make Taloga a dosir
able place to live bn it resolved
tliat we make Taloga one of the
cleanest towns in the County by
every/ body doin^ therr part n
(tutting the weed* and burning
all the ruobish and tnoevingihe
out buildings and filling up the
old oonities and darken all out
houses so as the fives wont car-
ry infection, clean up itftgeneral
make fly traps s v.at the flyesev-
er where any where big. little
t.ill and lean u^en and women
help us out in this good healr,
move and it wont be long till yon
can here people ta king about
our nice clean town pleas cobp
orate with u«? by getting busy.
J D. LINK, FOR COM Mrs ION K-f.
I hereby announce my candidancy
for the nomination on the Republican
ticket for the utlice ot County Com" is-
signer of the >cc< nd Oominit-yiort r's
District of Dewey County, subject to
the primary election to b*- held Atiitrust.
4th 1 «♦ 14 . ,1. D. Link
FOR COUNTY TRA SURER.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the nomination on the Republican tick-
et for the office of County Treatsar* r « f
Dewey Count) subject, to the will «.f
the voters «>f said party, as expressed
at. the Piimary election on August 4th.
E. II. Dodd.
Shake Of Your
Now is the time to net rid of
your Rneumatism Try a iwuu
ly ti ve cent boi tie of Chamber,
lin's Liniment, and s.'e How
quickly your rheumatic pains
disappear. Sold by all druj^ists.
Aii linrses and Cattle must be
keept. from running at large on
the Town Site.
By Order of the City Council
Made from pure, grape
Cream of Tartar
Best lor good food and
At Methodist Church
Preaching every Sunday at
11:15 A. M.and 7:ly P. M.
Sunday Scnool at 10 A.M.
Epworth t.ii'ayuo at 6,80 P. M.
ejeh Sunday. '
Choir Practices every Sunday
afternoon at 3.00 o'clock.
Womans' Missioriar ySociety
meets u.l 2.30Thursday afternoon
at homes of members
There is a hoy in our town.
Who thinks lie's awful smart
By makir.fr iuuof people it is
His soles delight, le pokes fun
At re.isron he thinks he knows
It"all But G he is inistalten
And someday he'l take a fall
You talk tu him of Sunday
(school the place he ausrot to
Go and he will turn and
S licker and say oti I dont
Some div he'l a tumble mid
Lwok back on I he past and
Say how foo'ish, 1 have hei n
Paau«ht of sp uiked my pants
He always hois up naughty
And ruftl'ps folks feel so sad
He needs a ritht sjoud t iresh
m*. FE i ERTA SEtO
And Id do it if I wa* his Dad SALE.
v N.-w Uoiutner. r.. . , . , , ..
Sixty h> ^hels of first cla-
Peieritase d for sale All clean
FOR .Silo: I havea fuv more j ed ready f.-r pi ti n ti i sr. C«l< at
louro jrec: Daruclt Jersey "iltslUlt farm n«ir Ta'osa. or lonve
nd Hoars, w<;i«rlit about "5 orders at the Times office. $2 <J0
Art Giles. ,
M .E. Church Notes-
There will be preaching at
the M. E. Church en eh S'inda.i
morning at ii o'cl'iok and at
7:SiO in the evetiirig Sii,,d«y
School at I" a in a-'.d Ei wortii
Leai'iie at 6.45 p m Prayer
meetinp a: 7o'clock each Thurs
The Uadies Aid Society meeth
Wednesdays afternoon at hi in.'s
Ail are cordially invited to at-
tend ther.e services.
•' Come thou with us aud we
will do you good"
Perry W. Blackwell,
pouiiils All in gofid shape,
quire ol Leonard Alexander
The D.'Ui x.ra'ic machine i
Ok lahoma sliould at once it,.. 0 j.'tmber I il.'.s Colic, Cliot-
mand that Mr. Coulter be i , j era and Diarrhoea i
ed'' from his job, .is lie is ti n eir
ployed of the National OeiMK" tj KC lie y.
ie Admini tration Probe y n Kvery fmniU ith.nr . v ..pt
easier way out of the «11IT:• • i.11y ion should Keep (li s ..p ■ ion |
wou'd in-to suppriks ihr v i.ui \ at. Iiand during 11. '> >■• < ei I
iit report l ot ihn f iniine - " rth -> I
j berlin' Cole Ceolera and Di rr-
lioea Keineilv i mi' . ,i
. Mines its cost when ti ■. dt1 . an i
j| t b" fiscal j
In IH'.-to the
lionia at tiio
t t I lebt of OUUi
i al "in
year, Sept iiint r ;;o, w«- ^:.'7,0Om j toni
I advancing in U't!7 ( tho y. ar nf
■ stalt)ti<>od )' to f«7() t.100 and in
OttTtrt in i l i • ee1 ' (1
ie spnUuer is over 1
no suoeriar (• r the purpose,
wtut-ii it is intended. Cuv
now. Sold by all druggisis.
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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/m1/3/: accessed February 25, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.