The Taloga Times. (Taloga, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 2, 1913 Page: 3 of 8
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SUBSCRIPTION SI .00 PEW YEAR.
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A. J. DASHER
THE UNEXPLORED WEST.
The Western part of Oklahoma
is largely unexplored. In the
first place, the country is new.
Many are still living on home
stead*..—have been heie only a
Bnilding op a home on a gov-
ernment claim ia a tremenduona
task. It takes hard work and a
long stesdy pall It takes time
Most of our people have not been
here long enongh to gets good
The western part of Oklahoma
is still unexplored. We have
not so much as analised thia aur
face of oni soil. We have not
fully determined the prodvetiv
hy and possibilities of oor aand.v
The angef baa scarcely pierced
more than a hobdred feet below
the sut face We have no knowl
edge of the lire at below. We
may be treading in poverty right
over deposits of gold veins of
coal and lakes of minersl oil.
8omeday prospectors wi.'l find
out. Some dsy, perhaps before
we know, some eastern capitalist
will reach down and bring the
treasures up He who sella his
land may lose bia chance of fort
•ne Fortune knocks at every
man's door. Let ns not hurry to
relinquish our title to surface
'till we know what is beneath.
11 u Q > 11 'Auvucate
Guthrie has always failed in
securing tbe much coveted state
capttol and Oklahoma City had
Began te feel eure they could
not have to give to tbe people
of tbe state tbe free .op itol
which they had promised when
along comes Shawnee and says
that it is time now for them to
have a ''Try at it". Now, 0 cl
homa City must hate the sound
of tbe name of the m^n who ran
away from Guthrie in the night
with the oapitol and thrust it
upon the unsuspecting and iuno
cent people of that place.
Sharon News Suspend*
We learned this week that th
Sharon Neqgs had misimndt-d
publication'and that the plant
would be shipped to some point
in Arkansas, and that. Mr. Gala-
ban would seek other fields of
labor. The town of Sbarou has
not yet realised tbe great benefit
of a newspaper as an aid in town
building. We are sorry to lose
Mr. Calahsn'spspt-r among our
exchanges - Vici Beacon
i\hn T .11 us vi. U*i nl> tie
big doing* mm aiding of^ib
Panama Canal. Some jvh. ap<
it was Prince** Al'< , HV
an povernmealal undertaking*
a boo«t .<ui it) pi t-par*. for t|lt.
worst. President Wi'unn tit ►
three old -n id to h-ip w...,
things going The chances are
they .will g« eome too
Stock Motors north*.
There will be a meetinir of tb<
Dewey County Pair Aesoeiatioi
The Wrd Monday in Jsnoary
AU parttea iniereated are reques'
ed to be present.
M. Stidham, P. Q. Delaney.
The Htnekholdor* of** r«pr Otmk
Muttml T.lsphn,, Oompaajr mtU hold
tfcrtr Aaaeat mmttac at leieyeedeew
Ok taboo* oa th« nOtOONO TRUTIri
OAV In .Tanaary, theStti T>kt till,
to truMBOt a*f aad SB beptaase that
aMf «w Man • mattes •* thW
Mad aad alee to attars* the IssaMea of
thaaanail a -ettag plaee
AN Wars HoMmb mm
h* |ii net.
J. J. Pm hae* ta. flea
W. J. Hlakloy, Pm.
To All Persons knowing them
selves indebted to the Harding
Lumber, and Coal Company, A
settlement by Christmas will be
"Cowloss" Milk From Hay
Milk made direct from bay by
a scientific process, which is si-
waya sweet ard never sours, has
been discovered by tbe Mil.
wstikee Syhtbesis company, it
claima. It ia declared that this
milk has all the qualities of the
milk from a cow, but the manner
of making excludes osrtain germs
wbioh prevents eouring.
The concern making tbe milk
which ia done under a chemical
prooeis transmits timothy hay
Into milk without it passing
thru ths stomach of the cow.
Tbe m'lk doee not differ in tbe
slightest from cow's milk, it is
said. In fact it is claimed that it
is sbsolutely identical with the
exception of bacteria, which is in
regular cow milk.
Tbisbay made milk does not
need to be pasteurised to keep
NEW MEAT MARKET.
We have bought the Meat Mar
ket formerly conducted by J. H.
Curtis, and will conduct the same
in the future. We will be pleas
ed to meet all the old patrons snd
invite new ones to visltour shop
It is our intention to keep a stock
of fresh and cured meats on hand
at all times. Give u« a call.
BRYAN AND WILSON.
President Bleot Wilson snd
Willism J. Bryan appear to have
entered into some sort of oonspi
racy of silence with regard to
tbe letter's share of the spoils of
oflce. Public curioeity is keenly
aroused on tbe suject for it is tbe
general opinion that Bryan, ia
going to be a very influential fac-
tor in running thinga at Wash
ington during the next four years
and there is also a belief or sua
pioion tbat the Nebraskan can
have bis pick of all the political
Dlutna before the tree ia ahaken
for tbe benefit of hungry Demo
Recent rumors connect Mr
Bryan's name with the treasury
portfolio, though it ts hard to be
lieve tbat Bryan would not pre
ferto be secretary of state.
Doubtless he would shine with
greater luster in the premier cab
met position than m the head of
the treasury. And as secretary
nf treasury he would not inspire
any confidence. Bia financial
vagaries are still too fresh in the
public mind, what Brvan doesn't
know about money and bank
'ng has filled several large vol
lines of bia leoturee.
I have opened up the commer
cial Hotel and am now ready for
business Populsr prices will
prevail. We would respectfully
ssk a share of your patronage
Give us a call whsn in tbe City
M. C. Ward
One of tbe chlof beneficiariea
of the Christmas season is tbe
penitentiary convict, - He not
onlj' gete a good feed but stands
e good chance of being pardoned
by a governor full of Christmas
WMttnto* sal hen
80 acres of land in Dewey Conn
ty. 00 seres in Cultivation,
will trade for Horses. Call on or
write the Taloga Times. Taloga
E. B. Beay. and son Roy are
spending the holiday's with home
folka in Vici.
Trtde witk Mtat profit ti trial
A. nice crowd heard Emerson
Winters, at the Christian CI.arch
laat Priday night.
However much has been said
about the motner in law tbe poet
tpd leas able quil'sman ail take
i delight in giving her a dip.
We are like moet men of a matur
*d age, we have on* also, and
have enjoyed a good old fashion
«d visit from her tor the past few
daye. The lady took us on sur
prise, but we managed to have
nongh roughness on hsnd to
feed the family for tbe oooassion.
Che wife seemw kiddiah and ever
thing goes smooth lifo seems
worth living if its ever so late
when we get to lay down to
anoose. Mrs Louisa Cheney, of
Taloga, the wlfes mother has
Joe Collina of the J. V. Plats
was here attending to buaineas
Geo A. Logar.. of Leedey Pro
minent stock man waa here Fri
day night aud Saturday.
P M Lueaa, made his regular
visit to tbe County seat Satur
Most of the teachers of Taloga
are spending tbe holiUya at
John Hslm. of the Webb neigh
borhood wss here Saturday.
Otto Smith, of the Fountain
neighborhood who will bo as
slstant County Superintendent
under Prof, Hoyt's sdmlui stra-
ti on of that offlos made a pleas
ant oall at this o&os last Satur
You sure f*t a fine meal then for 35 cents; Good
Beds. Follow the crowd and stay and eat with us.
Automobile Livery in connection with hotel, Trips made anywhere
charges reasonable. Also have sgeucy for Ford Automobile.
D. R. Wright.
&/>e Harding Lumber
Carry a complete line of Lumber, Lath, Doora, Windows
Lime, Cement and Coal. All kinda of building material
and Plsstsr's supplies. Let us figure with you.
Harding Lumbar 4tk Coal Co. Taloga OKI*
Do Yoa Waal Aa
IF SO SEE
| Dewey Canity Title t tiaaranty Cs.
if TALOGA. OKLA.
jJ^ROBT. E. ADAMS, 'The Firm/
A. S. KEITH,
r. o. Dkuxn.
. O. DBLAKEY.
a ait. Cilia ■ r.
We Clerk Sales,
Aad Disceaat The Payer.
We Wake Farm Lous.
FIRST NAT L BANK
Hats, Caps and Gloves.
SHDLTISE & CO. hat. the biggest liae of
Hats, Caps and Gloves in Dewey connty,
which they are offering at a liberal
discount. Cone in and see then before
yon bay. Below are some of the prices.
$4.50 Hats $4.00 *3 50 Hate *3.10
3.00 Hate a.70 a.oo Hats 1.80
1.50 Hats 1.33 i.oo Hate .to
.73 Hate .63 .30 Hate .43
aoo Caps from 33c to i.ag; 3c off on each cap.
500 pair Gloves and Mittene from 93c te $a.oo
5c off on each pair.
SHULTISB A CO. alms to keep everything good
te eat and wear. They eell for caeh therefore
give you better values.
Go There te Trade.
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Dasher, Arthur J. The Taloga Times. (Taloga, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 2, 1913, newspaper, January 2, 1913; Taloga, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc270719/m1/3/: accessed February 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.