Taloga Times-Advocate (Taloga, Okla.), Vol. 29, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 12, 1922 Page: 1 of 8
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Successor to the Taloga Times, Talcga Advocate. Camargo Comet, Lenora Leader and Seiling Messenger
Vol. 29 No. 18
Dr. G. M. Loyd finished in
■tailing his new electrical equip
ment last week He put in a 110
volt Delct system. The doctor
haaas nicely equipped office
aa you will fine in manv places
aeveral times as large us Talogi
and will specialize on thj treat
ment of the eye, ear, none ar<i
throat, for which he h *8 all th
latest electrical appliance*. H
informes us that he is now prt
pared to correctly fit glasses t<
your eyes, remove tonsils anr*
adenoids and treat any othe
diseases of these organs.
Taloga. Dewey County. Oklahoma, Thursday, October 12, 1922
Official County Paper
Have You Registered
The Registration period for
voters wno have not registered
before will open on Oct. 18il
and continue fur a period of ter
days. All voters who have nof
previously registered will hav<
an opportunity to do so during
this period. In Boyd township ii
will be necessary for all voters
to re-register as that precinc!
has bem divided and the law
provides that you must re-regis-
ter if you expect to vote this fall
Frank Dean commenced school
in the district across the river
east of town. Frank reports a
nice enrollment to commence
with and says chat he believt
that it will increase in the neai
May and Ora Ventioner ipent
the week end with home folks
Mr. and Mrs Ge<\ Bowser,
pent Sunday at Paul Bowser**
vlra Paul Bowser has been quite
ill the last few days.
Vis Lura Bwser ard children,
Mrs J. W Snodgrass, spent Sat-
urday at Geo Bowsers ar.
Tom Boyd was given a sur-
prise dinner by relatives and
friends, it being his birthday.
A nice time was enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs, F. G. Langley
and son. Willie. Orpha Bowser,
ind Mrs. E M. Brings spent
-unday at Mrs E. S. Comptii/s
Mrs. Claud Harwell spent Sun-
lay with her mother. Mrs Sha-
Dtep Crack Item*
Ralph Gerard waa filling his
•ilo the first of the week.
H. D. Vanfleet and family took
Sunday dinner at W. D. Van
The farmera are busy these
An Ordinance Defining Certain Mis-
demeanors and Prescribiaf
Revival Ost, 15
By the Church of God
The Lord willing, we expect
to begin a revival at the Pleasant I Beit ordained by the Board of
View or better known to rome Trustees of the Town of Taloga,
as Bell School house on the a- State of Oklahoma.
i bove date. Section 1 The throwing or hurl-
Bro. Harrison H Smith of near ing of rocks, pebbles, (tones, shot or
days drilling wheat and cutting r-ifv0' ,son " Smith of near ing of rocks, pebbles, (tones, shot oi
fodder. i Gibbon Okla. has promised to other minxes, by hand, sling shot
Sunday dinner at Willie
and spent the evening.
Pete Turner and family visited
at Lorn McDaniels Sunday.
Short Turner made a* trip to
Vici with wheat Saturday.
. Dick Redinger made a busi-
0. H. Clark s son. Walter has ness trip to Taloga Saturday,
a very sore eye caused by run- „, n ^ t
Edgar Goyen8 went to Elk
pail n ,i d u ,u j th® Evangelist for this higher shooter, air gun. or by anj
m folk. Hm5ivWted I meeting, we can gladly recomand otb-r mean., whatsoever, onto, with-
h'm *• devoted sincere man of I in. or from, any of the streets or
God. with a vital message for alleys, within the towa,of Taloga
hungry souls. I Oklahoma, is hereby prohibited, and
Misa Lillie Huffman of near Uny person found guilty of violating
Kan8, '8 f*PfCted as any of Uie proviaions of this ordin
ton Earl Hand spent Sunday our pian'8t She has a rare tal- Unce shall be punished by a fine of
after noon at Dick Redingers. for mus c her tssistance will n<* to **ceed twenty-five dollar
J B Creech and familv took r5°rd a. 8rf*1 pPirtial in 1*125,00) and shall stand committed
€Ch aDd f*m,ly t0°k 1 th'8 stiring revival. | until such fine and coats of prosecut
hi.me folks Sunday.
G. W. Barkley and wife J.L.
Lord and wife called on Grand-
ma Lake Sunday after noon.
Earneat Foreman Bert Crana-1
Homer Compton and family |
spent Tuesday night at Mrs.
Come to t he great divine feast
and let a wave of heaven!y musi'
fill your soul.
Drom your interested Frieno
Sylvia Klemme Fay Okla
ion are paid or served out at tht raU
of $1 00 per day
Section 2. This ordinance sha!
lake effect and be in full force froir
«nd after its passage, approval anc
publication as required by law.
u/k„* I an(1 approved this 30th
What about organizing a band ? I iay of September 19?2
The winter nights are now upon M. 0 Maupin
ning . barb from . wire in I,. ,Mf*r uo''" W'"C to ElhI"V""' " "<K"d be id ' "H Present Board of T™t«e.
iken tolCltythl8 week- he wlU ^ his I commence practice. We have J c. D Stout. Town nerk
uck at picking cotton. | near'y enough instruments in
town and a large number who
below the eye. He was taken
the Doctor at Taloga.
Mrs. Maggie Mathes has gone I I have already had some experi-
Smith Center Kan-a for
turned to hi. home .« a d,T """ ""
Prof. Weaver spent Friday 1,8 Monday.
and Saturday visiting friends in J O. E Titus and wife spent |Notice of Sheriffs* Sile of Lands! ' 'ountr of Ok'anoma
Notice of Application
tor Appointment of Administrator
State of Oklahoma
Edited and Paid For by Republi-
can Central Committee.
E. W. Forbes, Republican can-
didate for Clerk of Dewey county
has been a resident of Oklahoma
for many years and knows the
vicissitudes that aasailed the
cioneers of the Territory. He
died on his place in 1893 and haa
been engaged in firming, teach-
>ng school and the insurance
business for many years, except
<iine years of civil service work^T
five of which were spent as post-
master at Fay.
Mr. Forbes is a Mason; haa a
college education and has held a
first-grade certificate; he is a
competent bookkeeper and
iaa a college education and haa
eld a first-grade certificate; he
is a competent bookkeeper and
thoroughly conversant with
the conditions of his county. Mr.
Forbes has the distinction of
having been a student all hia
'ife and is thoroughly conscient-
ious. In event of his election,
he taxpayers of Dewey County
vill always find him on the job.
future as some of the larger Jtei school
pupilea are at work in the
Lenora. He is teaching near | Sunday at Walter Titus.
Liberal Kansas in a consolida-
Quite a crowd should be in
town Friday and Saturday on
account of the Free Barbecue
and Rodeo and also the gather-
ing of the teachers from over
the county to their institute
Mrs. O. H. Riesland and chii-j
dren spent a few days last week
with Mrs. E. S. Compton.
Notice is hereby given, that in
pursuance of a writ of execution is-
sued out of the Clerk's oflfce of the
District Court in and for Stephens
County, State of Oklahoma, on the
In The County Court
In the matter of the estate of
Martha E. Huston, Deceased
The State of Oklahoma, to the
Heirs and Next of Kin and Creditors
jf the said Martha E. Houston, de
You are hereby notified that
Frank Huston has applied for letters
on said estate
Hevelin Reeds sale was well
I attended and things sold veryi^.. , _ t L , ■ —
well. Mr. Reed will move to Vici f* ' s«e*n.tor, 1922, in an
Will Wettengel of Canton was where be will run the dray line " ^ O^bo-, "r— ~
Lencra visitor Tuesday after- at that place. The Baptist ladies H* ®X r® SuIhvan' Connty At , . *
,oon. who served lunch at the sale °f SU>phens County' Oklaho-K administration
made $17.70 which they will pay ^ ™ ^ A R> ^ge panted to G. W. Trimble, and
, . , — - at on their DRstor-H «a!ppv and T. J. Reynolds were defendants, that 88,(1 apphcation will be heard
that will he held on the three I j Val Gore's and attending school. " commanding me to levy upon proper- j ^f°re W. A.Carlton, Judge of said
last days of the week. j J. B. Conrad visited our school ty belon8inK to the said defendants,at the court room of said
Sue Earl spent Tuesday night one day thia week I A. R. Page and T, J. Reynolds. 8uf- Court at Taloga, Oklahoma, on the
A lot of the earlier planted with Audry Holmes. ' ficient to satisfy a judgement render 16thday of October, 1922. at ten
wheatisupandlookingfine.il . Carmel Crusha and Howard ed in said action in favor of The I °'c'oc'c "•' at which time and
is reported that some of the la- Marvin tomphn and %Oscar Dpdson gpent night at State of Oklahoma ex re! P. D, Sulli- p,ace *ou may aPP«ar and show
ter planted wheat does not look K'esland delivered broom corn l. n Crusha. | van, county attorney etc.. and a*ain,tIcaa8e- if ^ you have, w
as well and that a small portion M° Vici Wednesday.
of it is dead, but with plenty of The sale at Hevilin Reed's, Fred Stout was a Lenora visi-
rain that it probably would stool I Friday, wes well attended and Itor Saturday, morning.
to a good stand. the things sold well- Mr. Reed's
have moved to Vici. Frank Reese and wife and
Our merchants reports good Miss Mable Williams spent a few
business the past week, and Rev. Butler and family and. days at Thomas this week.
while at Lenora Sunday the daughter, Mrs. Benton, who is
merchants told us they had the visiting him, motored to Canton- A.J. Hickman made a trip to
largest runs in the last ten days, ment Saturday. While there they his farm in the bill* Saturday.
van, county attorney etc., and against!caa8e' ^ an^ Jou have, why said ap-
A. R.Page and T.J, Reynolds for poiDtment should not be made,
sum of One Thousand and no-100 Witness my hand and seal of said
.[$1000.00) dollars together with in- Conrt herennt« affixed this 25ih day
terest thereon at the rate of six (6) of Somber, 1922.
W, A. Carlton
State of Oklahoma.
that they had enjoyed since bar- visited the Indian school and
said it was very interesting.
Mule buyera have been herei,
picking up some of the long)
eared tribe the past week. Some
of the best are bringing as high
aa $100 while the average
Wilson Snodgrass delivered
Vici a couple of days
Fred Hickman waa
I Frank Feese's Friday.
F. H. Hickman
18 j spent Sunday at
A. J. Hick-
We understand that the elec-
tion at Lenora for Consolida-j
tion of Union Graded School
District No. 2 lost as also did [
the bonds for a new building.
Esther Earl spent Tuesday
with her grandparents. Mr. and
I Mrs. Geo. Bowser, Sr.
Relatives and friends of Emiel
I Bosch surprised him Sunday, it
Several from here attended I being his birthday.
the speeches of Tom G. An- ent were. Mr. and Mrs. Will
drews. Republican for Attorney Bosch- Albert Bosch,
General, at Seiling and Lenora Reese, Chrlie Reese and family
m ^ « L P1% AO ^ V \ n„ m — J £ - 1 I ti f _
J. F. Bridges from Norman is
visiting Taloga this week. Mr.
Bridgea is one of the state's big
educators and is here to make
some talks to the teachers.
Varioua parts of the county
re porta good showers laat Friday
nfrht. Taloga onl set • light! Br Powe„ ,he
rain hardly eaoogb to aetUe th* rtr0,t ^ „
I Dr. Maddos's office in Taloga
a w— -■« eB_rjaJSetenlay afternoon. Oct. 21 at,
K 8mi Clark o« b^biitth|?<!Hft.<,°fof*?00.n- **
dag to* Taeaday. '—0**
Ernest Deaton and family, Wren
Whitehead and family, C. C.
Moore and family, Nora Holmes.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwigt Pyeatt, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Snodgrass,
a very pleasent time was enjoyed
by all, especial by the dinner
hour as all brought baskets well
filled with good things to eat
per cent per annum from May 31st,
1922, until paid, with Thirty and
35-100 ($30.35) accrued costs and
all accruing costs:
I have levied upon certain lands
and ti nements belonging to the said I Dewey County
A. R. Page, not exempt from sale In The County Court
under execution, for want of goods In the matter of the Estate of Claud
anj chattels belonging to said A. R. D. Henry, Deceased.
Mack Blakey and son Edd IPage ^ T* Re>'nol(,8K said lands Notice is hereby given, that J. S.
made a trip to Camargo. |8<Jlevied nP°n being paticular describl H«nry, the duly appointd and quali-
ea 88 follows, towit: I fied Administrator of the estate of
Rev. Edd Bowser filled his I The Northwest Quarter [NW 1-4) Claud D. Henry, daceaaed, haa rend
regular appointment at Raymond and the North Half (N 1-2) of the ered and presented for settlement.
Sunday morning and evening. Southwest Quarter (SW 1-4) of sect- and filed in said Court his final ac^
(ion Fourteen (14), Township Seven- count and report of his administra-
Mrs. Tbelma Wright visited teen (17) North, Range Twenty [20) tor and praying for distribution of
with Mrs. John Mayfield Sun | West, containing two hundred forty the balance in his hands; and that
(240) acres [less about fourteen or Monday the 30th day of October A
fifteen acres belonging to the Wich- D. lfL'2 at 10 o'clock in the fore
iU Falls and Northwestern Rail Road I noon of said day, at the County
Company) all said lands and tene- Court room, in the City of Taloga
ments being situated in Dewey Coun- in said County, has been duly apl
ty, State of Oklahoma, an J are lev- pointed by said Court, for the aettle-
ied upon as the lands and tenements ment of said account at which time
•aid" " "-ge. and place any person interested in
Now, therefore, notice is hereby -aid estate may appear and show
given that in pursuance of the com- cau-e, if aay they have why said ac-
mands of the said writ. I will offer | count should not be approved and
The Republican countv can-
lidates will begin an aCiive
•ichool house campaign. Their
first meeting will be at Putnam
•n next Monday night. Oct. 16.
The Thos. G. Andrews meet-
n s at Seiling and Lenora were
wellr attended and good interest
shown by those present. After
-he meeting many requests
were made by regular democrats
for Fields buttons.
Mrs. H, L. Vogle. member of
the Womens Executive Commit-
tee of the Seventh District, held
several meetings in Dewey
County this week. Mrs. Vogle
is a good talker and created a
stronger desire among the
women of this county to stand
for clean politics.
The Republicans have estab-
lished headquarters in the build-
ing just east of the First Nat-
ional Bank at which place you
are welcome at all times. Come
in when in town and talk with
the people in charge, you will be
treated right and not abused if
of other political faith.
Dont forget the Rodeo Friday
Those pi-es- and Saturday. Oct. 13 and 14th.
,. wj|| The business men of Taloga will
Elmer!®'ve ,lberal prizes on the con-
tests. and best of all will be the
BIG FKEE BARBECUE Com
and spend the day with us.
The regular Teacher.-, exami-
nation will be held in taloga.
Oct. 26th, 27th, and 28tb, 1922.
J. B. Conrad. Co. Supt
Postmaster D. R. Wriev'
made a trip to Oklahoma i
Loet—Pair of extra good t"
chains between Arapaho aad Ta
loga. in canvas bag with spar;
plug wreach. Pindar pli— W
tom ta this
for sale ar.' sell for cash to the high-
bidder -aid land and tenemeeta,
orsomu.. thereof as will satisfy
ajt.«i judgment and costs, on the 6th
Hay of November, 1922, at 10:00 A.
M * . t the East Front
I i'"* c' • >urt house in
W tine«w a tn.i ttiu oi'tij day of
e. c. ;-ii*4. sum
ti Drwn Caaalf. Stale of
distribution made aa prayed for.
In testimony whereof, I have set
my hand and affiled the seal of said
Court, this 9th dav of October 192°
W A. Carlton,
eye ear and
D -. P. w •
beat Dr. x. office
day afteru,..- >-pt. Wrd 8aH-
ng in foreoa^' Giaaaea fitted.
ton>ils an.i r...:da
The Oklahoma State Fair clos-
ed at Oklahoma City. Septe nber
30th. Several hundred thousand
peop'e attended the fair. Not a
single Docket was picked, not an
automobile was stolen and no one
was hi-jacked. This is Walton's
record as an executive officer,
and is unparalleled in the history
of the United States. W. J.
Clark ia chief of police. Walton
is a man af great executive abil-
ity, and when governor the livea
and property of the people will
be protected, and the affairs of
the state administere j in a scien-
tific and orderly manner.
Wonder why the above was
published? The only thing that
we can think of in they are try-
ing to mislead the people. We
know that a party that Uvea at
Taloga had his car stolen and
have heard that they found two
more stolen cars at the same
p'ace thia one was. Wer^J"
rba Fairview paper w
narty from that point
lain from in froat
Y.M CA. buii* g anr
_ «ad daring the Fhi.
also knew a man peraonaD
had Ma pocket picked of
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