The Taloga Times (Taloga, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 20, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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SUCCESSOR TO THB CAMARQO COMET
Talooa, Dewky County. Oklahoma. Thursday, Kay. 20,1620
Curtis*—The first convention
The movement for consolidst- ( „ :mm
ed schools over the county haa I of the American Lesion in the
certainly been growing the past Eighth congressional district
year or two. Today we have in will be held at Woodward Satur-
Dewey cpunty five consolidated day May 22. The convention
and two union graded schools, will contain features both for
all but one having been formed the Legion and the public. A
within the last two yean. program consisting of speeches,
Vici held an election last gat-1 music and ending with a big
urday and formed a tonsolidat- dance has been p repared.
\ed district by a vote of 146 to 16.
Union graded No. 2 -at Lenora Oklahoma City.—Secretary W.
has its notices up calling anjC. McAllister of the state elect-
election for the 28th of May, to I ion board estimates the primary
vote on the consolidation of that elections will necessitate print-
district. Fonda is circulatingpe-ling 700,000ballots fer the votters
titions for consolidation of a of the state. The addition of
group of districts in that com- women voters causes an approx-
munity. while Little Robe is re-1 imate increase of 40 percent
questing the voters of tint com- •
munity to voto for a Union I Elk City. —Lighting struck the
graded school. Camargo com-1 barn of Bud Robinson near here
munity formed a consolidated during a heavy storm and de-
district a few weeks ago and stroyed the buildings along
are now trying to secure a Smith- with 800 bushels Kaffir corn.
Hughes teacher for that dia-1 three sets of harness und other
trict, I articles. '
A few years ago there were
103 common school districts in| Chickasha.-M. L. Thomas.
for $760 H« dr.
ed this number to tt: jwas Liberator who sold <82.000
^ Consolidation is tha one thing [ud her dam wai Liberty Ball
that bring* the high achosl to who brougt a price of $17,000.
your door if yoo KM la a rural
dtttrict. «nd tb. —Oft** b>| CdanMt. — Dr. Pmm. .f tU.
g n to realise this, the snansrwe ^ ^ a n-w entrance to fail
will have better schools owsrthe ttormo.T. i^tead of a doer at
county, thus placing the ehitften ^ there is a hole in the
of these small districts on a par top through which one
with the children of the cities as jump „ down a note.
far as education goes, and furth-1
er than this wa believe that with
Bits of Local
Cmtfrntof (tar ftwfc Swtaw mmt
* «*« Cwny mmt Fm.
Harry Butler, of the Ford Ga
rage, went to Oklahoma City
after a truck last Tuesday. John
will go today after a coupa.
These boys are not to be bluffed
by transportation conditions but
when they need a car and can
get them they go after them.
Frank A. Derr of of Guthrie.
Grand Master of the Masonic
Lodgae of Oklahoma waa in Ta-
loga today and delivered an ad
dress to members of that order.
He left here to go to Vici where
he will speak tonight <
in the next few y
Strong City.-This city
«to baity s lake, I
and other buildiiws in
order to provide a modern city
park and fishing resort for res!
win , a m |denta of this vicinity.
Will Teaoii at Norman
Miss Gertie Thomas, our pre-1 Butler.—While Clarence Jehn-
aent county superintendent in-1 son, a farmer near here and his
forms us that she has accepted family were in their storm
a position in the Norman schools I because of the threatening
as principal of the grades. Miss wether fire destroyed their home.
Girtie was one of Dewey county's
best teachers before .he waai Muskogee.-Mrs Lucille Starr
, _ nuKogee.—mrsL.uciue Starr
superintendent and we her* for being a drug
SfellfaJta^ln hLSrSHn ,ddlct' to,d PoUc# Judge Zick
cftn x66l fortunate id btinif iblc 1Ma aj y
to secure as able a school psrson ^
aa she is. While we hate tosee1' "-b*ndit movie star
her leave Dewey oounty we can
only wish her the best of lucki . . .
in her new home. Wanted stock to pasture _
have pasture for twelve head of
T. „ ft „ . _ . . . stock 8 miles south and 8 milea
The C. 0. P. Club Entertained west of Lenora. Okla, on the R.
A very delighfui party was I Emanuel place.
given the members of the C. O. I J« Disbrow.
P. Clup and their huabanda at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johni w_ j- PorH ..... .
fSwSf Ijg"!" W0* ™ *
Ford Salea and Service.
The evening was spent in con-
versation and music. The invited
guests wen Hiram Butler, Mr..
and Mrs. Harry Butler,' lfiss This is the time to get yuor
Ruby Bell and Miss Daphne I Horse and Jack bills we are
COT, Hr. .nd lln. Butlw L^ to lh,m m
ideal boat and hostsss.
See qs at the
Below is the marriage licenses
ssuedfrom Wednesday of last! CLOTHING made to msasurs
week up to the pnsent time. Satisfaction guaranteed. The
Benjiman Crowe 28 Gainsville cheapest houaa in Chicago. Give
Wilms Musser 21 Leedey me a call and see what we have.
28 Patnea ~L,no#,n Woo,,n IBU«'
T. P. Ruble, Agent
C. H. Lohmsn, internal rev-
enue collector from Guthrie,
waa in the city the first part of
the week checking up the differ-
ent business houses in town.
Because of the extra work
incidental to the closing of school,
the school notes were not pre-
pared, However they ^ill be
published next week.
P. G. Holden will be in Alva
the firat week in June to give a
course in vitilized agriculture.
Dewey county is preparing to
have their quoto of 14 teachers
present Among thoee who ex-
pect to attend are Mr. and Mrs.
Conrad, Paul Miles, Everett
Brown. Chas Hickok and W. E
JAMES PA6E WINNER
Jamee Page returned Monday
from Stillwater where he attend-
ed the State Track Meat James
reports that Leedy was scarcely
known at all when he arrived
here, but it was sure recognized
when he left aa he had two med-
als, a second in the broad jump,
being beaten by one fourth inch,
James made 20 feet 2 1-2 ihches
and was beaten by a fellow that
had been on the track for four
yean. James slso made third
place in the 100 Yard Dash.
Here's hoping that James will
be able to attend next year and
and that he will not defray bis
own expensee, as it'is customary
a^wnss, visas uswavn nuu *f e u. 1 vhvivhhu/
Meyers. From this it is expected I 'or the achools to pay the ex-
to have 14 different schools of I P€n8e* °f their representatives
Dewey county reap the beeefit to the State Meet
of this important work. I —Leedey Times,
r/ „ Page ia the boy that made
Our County Superintedent in- *°°p "bowing at the county
forpu us that tbe eighth grade trBck m*et here and with the
commencement exercises will be p«>per training will make one of
held fn the various community J ™ round men in the
centers over the county this|,t*te'
year inatead of having air tbe
to Tak>gm M| Two County Orgaalzatlens.
Oakwood .Mid their eighth! These two comity organisa-
gvade commencement exercises r*00* been diecusssd for
ast night (some time and we are glad to
—— see that all the taft la going to
Geo. J. Welch, who used to I1"™* some results.
live on a farm near Putnam,! The American Legion is one of
was in the capital city one day 11*1* organisations that have been
laat week. Mr. Welch waa a I talked by a good many of the
charter member of the Maaonic I Dewey county boys thst have
T.D. Holcomb, one of the icnirnr mem per 01 ine Masonic | " / vojm mat nave
prominent farmers of the Aledo,lodgeat thia place and was here I ')e®n joined elsewhere • because
neighborhood was in the county .before going to the Maaonic | ^areia no organisation in Dew-
ssat on some school matters I home, where he expects to live |ey °°«nty. The meeting will be
y*t*day- sitejiafetare. JtheiUatdiy of Jmm and the
|ing~fcsateh as paH ef th*
A COLLEGE TOWN (
Caate and Synopsis of the Play to be Given by the Taloga] J01* othf' "*anisation ia ths
School «the Auditorium, Fridoy, May 21rt, 1920 ISSS
are planning to have a big day
Prof. 8enscharrib Popp
BlUy Van Don
Miss "Jim" Chsaning
Mrg. Baggsby, "Ma"
Mias Jane Cavendiah
Mrs. Cleopatra Popp
Larry and Mollis Stiles
Mrs. Gilchrist ,
Stadeats, Town Girls, Etc.
A Hsh-rsh Boy
The College Cot-op
Tbe Acs of Spsdss
The Hesd of ths Military
The Chair of Philology
The Football Captain
The Ubiquitous Freehman
™ ^ , . here the first of June. Mr. John
ASin,p*on P,m 01 ^ State
Boss Dockett Fannera Union and who is Seer*.
wnhnr I t"yo' 'banners Mutual In-
3m: „ y I suranee organisation that baa
2*^^* h^aa^WMaafuiin Custer Co
^ ^.WJ! A complete
On the Glee Club
On the Faculty
Ths Girl from Dixie •
The College Widow
A Popular Landlady
Csvendiah k Dean, Wall St., N. Y.
A Faculty Type
program will be ia next weeks
B.B. Bogfass Hurt
We understand that B. B
Opal Wright Boggess. commissioner of h<
Pearl Wilson first district got badly hu> t
- - Mande Jones lone day the first of this week.
The Honeymooners Oakley Carter, Gladys Gileg I He was in east of Leader or
DaISa a# Atl.j.4 m f m «.l I —
21 Putnam ■ _ .
1# Thomas ? about W gallon of
"""as aotghum more then we will use.
I have fifteen second hand
drop head sewing machines tUt jJJJJ
I will sell from 98.00 to 96.00 itlIU,M,• ™*a OUa.
• taken before I move the stock,
of goods. A. W. Hicks. 1 Call Wing tbe hardware man
We do Ford work better ba>
I frosn Camargo wasin the city
iMtltoadar. GeO reports every.
A ^UeofOthefDays Elsie Smith I some road work and dedriw to
A Motherly Old Sosl Mary Hart I go to Putnam caught a ride on
President of University Fred Foreman !o*ded truck. He got on top of
Hulda Koehn I the load and waa riding there
Willis Hoyt I when a sudden jerk of the truck
Glsdys Squires I threw him off, The driver of
May Hamar the truck did not notice him and
Don Stidham I he laid there until the next car
Bdward Jackson [came along, .who took him to ths
fcl. _ Collisr I nearest medical aid and it was
Eighth Grsde Graduates Ifooad that the touadee acnes
SYNOPSIS his hack were torn boos. It will
aaainct I — Eight a. m. in s college boarding house. Trying to wske Jim-1 probably be several daya before
mis. "Seven cuts sad it's only November." Msrjorie, tbe ever bloomisg httwfll be able to be about again.
college widow. The Aoe of Spades has troublee of his own. Rehearsing for — —
for the College Opera. Three giddy widows. Jimmis meets ths giri from Eighth Grade Commencement
Dixie. A college spread' pillow fightsnd quadrille. "For the honer of old|f<* the Taloga School will be
Bexley I* The discipline committee make s morning call on Jimmie. The I held Monday night, May 24th.
fatal frat pin. "Thus doth Msro Antony saluts her snaky highnsss, Cleopa-1 The Hoo. R. N. Linvill of Elk
tra of Egypt." CHj will deliver the addresa to
Act II—Arranging for the faculty dinner. Ths psaeh is too weak foriff01' _reddents
ths Major. "When oasis on ths fsoalty some things msstbs dons ssb|?l _"*** kn®w M'-IinvilL he
nss."Ths Bsxly fsonltyarrive. Jlmmie's Aunt Jaasa real ***"* taught in the institute
"Howdy-do, Proxy; isst this a bssadsh sveaisgr Ths college ——yya- and we
mmes nnli 1
Body Headed by Senate Pre#-!
dent Quezon Reiterates 0e- '
wand for Independence. I
That the Filipino people are In earaji
set in their iMMiilnd Cor Immediate In-1
dependence la indicated by the cornier
te the United States of a second PhlUp.,
pine m!««lon to work for Independence
Coincident with this annonneesnent the]
War Department received a cable (rem
Manila «aUnt that the all-FUlpIno««*-!
lalatare had adopted resotuttons
iierariB* its plea fer immediate
e secood ilsiliu. like the But,*
composed of the laedlnc men ef th
tonda and wai week la the On
Statee not only hr lam^late 1
pendence, hot alee te bring about'
tor andersteadbifc greater
and closer ecenoeOe Met'
the United Statee aad the
Ihe mlesliia leacslntead
ia Senate, «to W well
art tbe Bea. aw>
■ ~r rrtmspias
Bwe^t ttapraeaatettvea aad Vice
^MeMmter the Oaaeen ef ttatak asa
*l«ae Kaclonallata paita,
whMhae bA m newer sSm* mer.
While Speaker OasMaa ie not ee weU
taewa la tbe United States aa Qoeesa,
*e le enaslilaiad eae ef tbe i" *
m the telaadSL Senate Pn
•ea raceatljr referred te _
•the sreateat TOIplee stoet MaaL"
Major proposes to Aunt Jaas. Profsssor Pepp samples ths spiked puneh
aad resolves to be msstsr of his owa hoass Ths rsal Asat Jaae arrives
a plssssat little sarpriss far Jimmie. Jtaaty'ft net feeling weUr*
Act III—On ths side Uassata football gams. Tie Thsak^iviag
gsms. Aaat Jans Mts ths pipe. "Ksirost Beaky." "If the Imt half gees
anythiaglike this one, PB have to write horns to gnadsu." Jha's few
lsaved dover. "I shall keep tide ahrsys." "A rsgalar college fHia.r
eaa, ths aUef official rabhss dowa. Ths two Aaat Jaasa. '
that he wifl have oome-
_ inetructive to tell the
pssplg who go aad Usl«>e him.
redo Ford * work better he-
we work ou nothing tut
Light receipts each aa being
received at Oxlahoma City noi^
should bring a strong
and higher priest, bat such ia
not the caaa. Southern etoete
are the. only cattle hiinging
steady prices. Butcher cattle
are selling 25 cents 40 cents low*
er than a week ago and
cattle fully 60 cents lower. This
condition no doubt ia in aympa>
thy with the.heavy recipta which
are being received nt aU ithsr
Choice fat heifers.^ hrfaw
18.00 tola 00. Others lees ac-
cording to ftaah aad quality.
Choice heavy fist cowa hrh«
around IS. Good fat cowa/«7.Sa
to a 51 Fair tR.G0to ft. Cknsssa
IS.76to4.26. Choice buliaaiunad
17.6a Good bans smTTT
Common once 16.60 to «LNi
As n rule Hght vealsr ealvea aril
higher than any ether khs4 Vdfe ■
li.00 is lbs
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