The Taloga Times (Taloga, Okla.), Vol. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 13, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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gUCGBStoR TO fHB CAMARQO COMET
Taloga, Dbwbt County, Oklahoma. Tummy, Mat. IS, IMO
We wish to call the attention
of the women voters to a little
nutter that happened at the
National Legislature when the
Woman Sufferage bill was pass-
ed by that body; and then after
you have looked the matter over
and studied the same will you
write us telling us what you
think of the two political bodies
that had the work of passing the
bill. Below is the vote by politi-
cal parties at the time the Worn-
ans' Suffrage bill was passed:
For Woraana' Sufferage
Against Womans' Sufferage
You can see by the above fig-
ures that the Democrats had a
majority of the voting power in
Congress, but thst it was the
Republicans that give you the
right to vote.
Another thing we wish you
would look Up is what states
first give the wemon the right
of the ballot, see who were the
leaders in this great movment
were, republican or democratic
We see by the dailies that
Dennis Flynn, is talking of enter-
ing Am senatorial raee on the
repuelican ticket' Dennis is the
man th^t really put across the
free homestead bill and If he de-
cides to enter the race, there is
liabel to be some disapointed
candidates in that race as he is a
man that can go and get the far-
mer vote, as he probably has
has done more for the man thpt
tills the soil than any other candi
date in the field on either ticket
List Still Grows
Among the ne^ subcribera to
the Times this week is Dr. E. M.
Loyd of Lenora. The doctor lo-
cated in Lenora several years
ago and has built up a big prac-
tice in that territory* Will Wett-
engle one of the merchants of
Lenora is also a new one on the
list Fred Hickman, the hustle-
taft real estate man of that place
gave us the necessary ibndS to
bring him the paper for a year.
Mrs. M. 0. Dean of Taloga had
us send the paper to them. Our
list has grown beyond our ex-
pectations since we stnrted the
paper here last November and
we want our subcribers to si
ways fea! as if they are part of
the Timas family and offer any
auggestions that they think will
make a better paper out of it.
A Fine Rain
Dewey county was blessed
with a fine rain last Sunday,
while it was not as large as we
would of liked.it fell slow and all
went into the ground. Corn in
most places is a fine stand and
the busy farmers are busy work
ing the same. Wheat and oats is
looking fine and the rain came
just in time to keep it from
hurting any on the account of
dry weather. Yes we all feel bet-
ter and this will make the dol-
lars grow. It looks now as if
wheat would be an extra good
price on account of the fact that
wheat was ruined by the wind
in much of the big wheat belt
Candidates Tim* To File
County candidates may file
with the county election board
beginning Wednesday, May 6th
this week, andthe books of the
oounty election board will de
open until July 4ttt or thirty
days before the primary on Au-
Not many candidatet have an-
nounced as yet but it is expected
there will be two or three for
each office in the county. It is
almost certain that most of the
present officers will ask to bo
returned their offlssa.
The Lenora State Bank I
their-statement in thia issue of
the Tinea. This among the old-
est financial institutions la the
aeeaty. Wo notice by the state-
nent that frank Tolor of that
pleeo ie one of theaewdiieetore.
Oklahoma City. Among the
candidates who have recently
filed : R. L. Peebly of this city,
candidate for state senator four-
teenth'district; Ben F. Harrison,
Calvin, Democratic reprentatlve,
Hughes county W D Ballard.
Jackson county, democrat, re-
presentative; Otto Smith, Dewey
couney, republican, representa-
Omr IWfc, ftutww
ak* flM«r axf Turn
Rigg & Son report that spec-
ial that they run on Karo syrup
last Saturday was a big success;
They sold about 100 pails of the
same and could have sold much
more if they had not of placed a
limit on the sams of five pails to
the family. Watch their ad each
week for their specials and you
can save money on your living.
Eagle City. Mrs. W. C. Hallo-
well was instantlv killed by
Accidental discharge of a shot-
gun with her husband intended
shooting a chicken hawk. While
hurrying through the door, the
gun caught and was discharged,
the load of shot striking Mrs
Hallowell in the the head.
We understand there is a
move on foot for the Farmers'
Union to buy the Farmers Mill
at this place and open the ssme
up. This would be a good move
and we would like to see it gone
through with not only be a ben-
efit to our town but to the far-
mers as well.
Residence Property Scarce
Taloga is short on residences
at present and it now looks as if
they might be for some time as
as the good school we had here
this winter haa drawn many
people to town to take advantage
j>f the same and we understand
that the most of them will be
back again next school vear.
One thing that builds a town
faster then most any other is a
good school and Taloga has that
therefore with" the proper en-
couragement from other sources
about town we ought to make a
steady growth from now on.
Camp Outfit Burns
Stacy Miller's camp outfit
burnt up laat Monday south-
east of town. He is building a
road in that section and had hir
entire outfit there including
tents, cook shack, bedding and
etc, which all went in the fire.
We understand that they were
cooking and went off and left
the fire burning and it is sup-
posed that it caught from that
This is quite a loss to Stacey as
he run a big outfit and had to
have a large amount of material
to do it
A. W. Hicks will move his
stock of furniture and second
hand jpods about the first of
•he month. He announces that
ha will give a special price on
the goods be has on hand to save
moving the same. Better go in
and look them over.
Earl Squires was in town ear-
ly Monday morning from his
farmweet of town with a big
amilaonhis face. When naked
the cause of the same ho report-
ed that they had a big boy at
their plaoe, born last Sunday
Bert Sumner, one of the big
ranchman from tho east sido of
the county, waa transacting busi-
ness in tho county aaat last Sst-
Wanted stock to pasture 1
have pasture for twelve head of
etsckSmiles south andS miles
wast of Leasee. OMa, on the It.
D. BbmlmmI phut*
W. T. Smith, Republican war-
horse from Little Robe town-
ship wa3 in thd county seat on
business Tuesday. W. T. is the
father of Otto Smith, one of our
popular candidates for repre-
sentative. He informs us that
Otto is at Weatherford attendiug
the normal school at present
Sheriff Jones went out into
the Burmah neighborhood affcgr
a couple of boys by the names
of Maddy and Tice last Monday.
He got then} as usual. They are
charged with doipg some
damage at the school house 6
miles west of Putnam.
The seiling State Bank have
a statement of the condition of
that institution in the Times
thia week. This is one of the
youngest banks in the county
but under the carefull manage-
ment of W. L. Pittmen has be-
come one of the strongest banks
in the county.
Bert Sumner had a man by the
name of Stubbs placed under
prace bond in the county court
last Saturday. It seem as if the
trouble has been brewing for
some time in the east side of this
county and it is to be hoped that
this will end the difficultly.
set a party. The
spent in games, afl
Novie Lee Skinn<
Ward, Kenneth Pi
Lonnie Corn and
Misses Jessie Rut
vel Wright and Mr.
T i is being Rev. Hickman's
binn-day, many nice presents
Rev. and Mrs. Hickman are
ideal host and hostess.
All had a delighful time and
left wishing Rsv. Hickman
many more plesant bitth-dsys
Mrs. Wm, Knutzen died at the
home o£ her <1 lighter, Mrs. J. F.
Beuscbausfn, near Webb last
Tuesday. Mrs. Knutzen has been
sick for some time and her
death had been expected by. the
friends at any time.
There is a ramor afloat that
the Santa Fe has ordered the
gradtifrorn Alston to Seilng re-
paired and finished with the ex-
pectation of laying the same in
the near future.
We do Ford work better
cause we work on nothing
Forda. Butler Bros.
Ford Sales and Service
Apother nice ruin fell Monday
night, this on to? of the rain pf
Saturday night, puts a nice
amountof moisture in the ground
We do Ford work better he-
cause we work cn nothing but
Funis. Butler Bros.
Ford Sales and Service.
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writer for physical culture macac'nee. Be flrtt appeared «a the stag* with
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opportunity to Shew hie eklU ss a faacy efcot poet player, espert ea the M
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We undecstand that Mr. Ster-
itt of near Vici was found dead
in bis bed last Saturda* Morn-
ing. It ia supposed that heart
trouble was the cause of the
death. He was one of the early
settler of that part and one of
the prominent farmers.
We have about SO gallon
sorghum more then we will t
They help to lighten the
bill. 85 cents per gallon. F. M.
Hamer, Taloga Olda.
M. Shultise is fixing up the
residence property just east of
the first. National Bank. Mfit is
trying to help relieve the sbort-
sge-ejisSiisiiao inwpsiiy 'Mn-
lone pine news
Mrs, Frank Butler came home
from Fargo last week, where
she had been visiting her moth-
er. She says her mother is in
very poor health.
When the Wrong kind of
thoughts are sown, they grow
wrong actions, which when
iped, produce a displeasing
harvest; but reaping time always
Ws do not know of any sick-
ness in our district If ther :i
any. we do not know wh<> i
could be, for we do not mis an) -
one from his work and we are
all sure enou}t busy these days.
We all rejoice over the. splen-
did rain of Sunday and Mon-
day svening. We were needing
rain badly, but it came in time,
and relieved us of thinking
were on the edge of another
Some of our early wheat' is
showing it's haad out of the hoot
The head looks like a "short
order" kind, but they may fill
and if it gate tell enough we will
have a harvest this year if noth-
At the opening of the market
this week, steers sold barsly
steady. Although receipts were
comparatively light the demand
was not near so keen as mmfe'
have been expected, andat thia
writing, We are unable to explain
Butcher cattle sold ISctto 26et
lower. Buyers have shown a
haughty and independent din-
position, forcing salesmen' to do
all of the worring and as a whole,
the situation has been not only
t r y i n g, but unsatisfactory.
Prices have been about as fol>
Choice fat heifers, I8.G0 to
10.60. Good fat heifers $9 to 9.60
Fair heifers $8 to 9.00. Choiee
fht cows bring around $9. Good
fht cows $7.60 to 8.50. Fair 96.
to 17. Cutters S5 to 6. Canners
S3.76 to 425. Choice bulls around
17.50. Good bulls $6.60 to 7.
Common ones $5.60 to &60.
Calves sre about $ 2 lower said
only the eboiee vealera bring aa
mneh as 110.00. Choice
bring $7 to ft. Conuna
Yard traders have a-
suppiy of Stecker cattle on I
60ctlo4nr. lt looks like •
time to pake purchases.
ThehogsSarket waa 25c low-
er Monday with a top ef $14.16
Balk ei sailing ftwa i
to 14.ML Pigs, $9 to 1SL00.
Read the statement of the
Camargo State Bank. This ie n
bank that the officers have
built up to it's present high
standard in about eight year*.
If yon happen in Camargo go in
and call on them they will make
you feel at home,
We ere informed teat H. S.
Hoyt traded hia truck for a
Dodge car, at present he Is driv-
ing s car. We think that he
could use a car to a good advan-
tage aa ho ia always ruatfing
around and keeps busy.
I notice a aumbar ef our young
people attended tha T. P. & C.
B. at the Christian chrueh last
Sunday. That looks well we. ask
you to none often
by your prseoase
oouragement yea wish Is give
na. Oar ywsi tft doing
.--A 'V ■
We do Ford work
cause we work on nothing'
Fords.. Butte Bros.
Ford Sales and Servie*
This is the time to get ynor
Horse and Jack bills we are
prepared to get them ont j>n
short notioe, See us at the
Robt collier, fromsoutheaet el
town, wss in visiting with the
boys about town laat Tuesday.
CLOTHING made to
Satisfaction guaranteed. The
cheapest house in Chicago. Give
me a call apisoi whet we have.
Lincoln Woolen Mills,
T. P. Ruble, Agent
Bert Whltfosd, the
garage man, waaa county
Bert also z
i the light plant at
Watch for flicks' big
Yon wUl find
Will Kellsy ef the'
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