The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 7, 1903 Page: 4 of 8
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TO EL RENO, CONSISTING OF
SIX HUNDRED LOTS
Will he put on sale MARCH 4th, 1903. Mere is the best op-
portunity ever offered to secure valuable El Reno property at a low-
pi ice. i his addition is within two blocks of the New Court House
and three blocks from the present businescenter. Call on or address
ROOM 5 JALONICK BUILDING,
EL RENO, O. T.
EL RENO DEMOCRAT
T. F. HKNSLEY, EDITOR.
Kntf-r«-<l I tin' pnatofflcp at El li. no. Okla
I t transmission lljruuitlj the ma lls.assecotid
CiafeH nmil mutter.
Mr. Hensley is not in the junk busi-
ness. If he was he would open up
negotiations for the American.
WILL BE ENLARGED.
A fellow always hunting for a
bonus, is expectedto defend the fel-
lows always hunting for a salary
Councilmen Streams and Freeborn
are praised by the people for the
manly fight they put up against the
The Democrat wants a live corres-
pondent in every neighborhood.
Write us for terms and instructions.
It will pay you.
With a carpetbag mayor and a
Guthrie newspaper as "its official or-
gan. EI Reno ought to get rid of her
surplus in short order.
Commencing with next week tht
weekly edition of the Democrat will
be enlarged by eight columns. These
columns by the aid of our new type
setting machine will be filled with
live interesting reading matter. No
plates or no patent filling will be used
Every line of type will be set in the
office and every dollar for composi-
tion and labor will be paid to El Reno
and Canadian county printers. We
do not believe in the practice of print-
ing six pages of patent insides in
Oklahoma City and two pages in El
Reno and then calling it an El Reno
paper. Such an alledged newspaper
may suit a portion of the board of
county commissioners and a few
county officers with stock in such
concerns; but the people of Canadian
county want a better county paper
than this and we intend to give it to
The family in the White House is
entertaining an uninvited guest—the
Some of these fine days the people
of El Reno will find out to their sor-
row the folly of keeping up a Guth-
rie newspaper in their midst.
Advice is seldom welcome; and
those who want it the most always
like it the least.
Much cotton was destroyed by the
recent cold snap, and the heavy frost
Whispering Charley the wireless
phonograph of the Dally American
had better not get too gay. There is
a package or two for him awaiting
We repeat what we said the next
day after the salary grab took place,
that every man who had anything to
do with the grab, was a dead duck
Can any taxpayer tell us why a
republican police officer is worth ten
dollars a month more than any one
who has ever served the city before
in that capacity.
If the public knew as much about
what is going on between the uper
and under crust of El Reno society
as the newspapers do, there would be
a funeral every other day.
Jackson served one term in the
Nebraska legislature, hence the rap-
idity with which he takes to the swag
The public is still waiting with in-
terest to hear what President Roose-
velt has to say regarding the "Iowa
The "Blowbell' and its gang is re-
sponsible for the election of a'repub-
lican mayor and like all knockers it
is the first to howl about it.
IT'S HARD FOR
to look over our 5c and 10c
Bargain Counters without
making- purchases. They're
Truly Bargain*; everybody
say so. And just what you
need is there : : : ; ;
Fruit Jar Fillers
Turkey Feather Dusters
Tin Pans and Pails
Come and See.
There's nothing like see-
ing for yourself : : :
. F. M'llltoTH & Co.
Pure Food Grocers. Phone 30
First. Published April 1(1, 190.1,
Territory of Oklahoma. I
Canadian County, ) si3
Notice Is hereby given thai on the
I 11th day of April, A. D., 1903, one
John Welter appeared before; me and
made affidavit of the taking up of the
| following described ts:ra>>: O.ie bay
i horse about 10 years old, weight ab >ut
I 1200 pound*; no brands. Also one
| brown mare, about lOyearsold, weight
i about 900 pounds; no brands
That the residence of the .aid taker
j up is on the SW quarter of section 17,
J townsbip 12, range 8; that his post-'
o«ee address is El Reno; that the
I S'me was taken up on the 23d day of
| March, A. D., 1903.
Witness my hand and seal this 11th
dav of April, A. I)., 19(13
CALL FOR MEETING OF SINGLE
The republicans are worse disgust-
ed with Lincolnism than the demo-
crats. They say, that through the as-
saninlty of the mayor and two or
three republican councilmen, they
have lost more than they gained by
being successful in the city election.
We do nift believe that Mayor Lin-
coln is a lineal decendan: of old
honest Abe. Old Abe held the high-
est office in the gift of the people and
[lives today enshrined in the hearts
of every American, and no salary
grab was ever traced to his door.
'e C0l01 l must be a cicn of some
Other root of the Lincoln family
Mrs. Anderson started out yester-
day morning with the deliberate in-
tention of shooting the bustle oft of
the woman who wrecked her happy
home but fate prevented their meet-
A few more accidents in the navy
and our naval officers will not know
which end of the guns to point at the
enemy in the next naval conflict.
Stant Jackson is an awful nice fel-
low, but what has he ever done for
the taxpayers of El Reno, that an of
fice with a special salary should be
created lor him?
Is it a fact, or is it a dream, that
the president, only five months ago,
recommended a tariff revision com-
mission to congress as a practical
remedy for trust evils?
Nothing better was expected of
Jackson and Sackett than to become
a party to an executive hold up of
the treasury; but the people are
shocked at Benuett and Mr. Hum-
A traveler who has just returned
from Pompeii says that as the exca-
vations proceed it is found thai the
Pompeiians had houses fitted with
modern plumbing and, in fact, "all
We presume the reason Mayor Lin-
coln wanted a star chamber session
to grab a raise of salary, was to give
the wireless phonograph of the Amer-
ican, a chance to lie about the demo-
cratic members of the council.
No the circus did not capture the
ex-mayor. They could ont tell what
place to put him, menagerie or side-
No such difficulty was experienced
in classifying the whispering hybrid
of the American. It was discovered
in pants but was promptly put in pet-
tycoats and turned over to the mat-
ron of the show.
There has got to be an examination
of th books, before the democrats of
this county will ever elect another
democratic county ticket. The tax-
payers know that there has been rot-
tenness in connection with the col-
lection of the cattle tax in the new
country, they have reasons to believe
that there was monkey business in
connection with the sale of the court
house bonds and the preparation of
the court house plans; they are sus-
picious of other departments of the
county and nothing short of an ex-
amination of the books from top to
bottom will satisfy them. If the dem-
ocrats do not do it themselves, the
republicans will do it for them at
the next election. With the city in
their controle it will be an easy mat-
ter for them to elect every county of-
ficer, especially with the general feel-
ing that prevails in the country that
the present court house gang is rot-
ten to the core.
Our reform mayor when he voted
to give the city printing to his friend
and cografter Greer, pledged his of-
f t'-sa that Greer would not
charge but half the legal rate. Now
we shall watch and see if our Wash-
ington, D. C„ friend keeps his eye
on wireless Charleys graft and his
word with the city council.
The Oklahoma-Indian Territory Sin-
gle Statehood Executive Committee
is hereby called to meet in the Cham-
ber of Commerce rooms in Oklahoma
City, Okla., at 10 o'clock a. m. on the
25th day of May, A. D„ 1903, for the
purpose of determining whether an
inter-territorial convention be called
to meet at an early day looking to-
ward the holding of a constitutional
convention by the people of said ter-
ritories, and further taking such ac-
tion in the premises as may be in
Each commercial club, or like busi-
ness organization of whatever name,
in either territory is hereby invited
lo send its president or some other
official or member of the organization
as a special! delegate to this meet-
ing to confer and advise with said
executive committee as to what ac-
tion, if any, then and there shall be
taken by this committee on the ques-
tion of calling an inter-territorial del-
egate convention wherein the people
of the twin territories by their duly
elected representatives may formally
and authoratlvely decide in the affir-
mative or in the negative the ques-
tion of holding a constitutional con-
\ention, a question already under dis-
cussion in both territories and being
very generally considered by the
This the 30th day of April, A. D.
• ■ E. CASTLE, Chairman.
W ■ L. EAGLETON, Secretary.
I There is nothing strange about the
defense the American is putting up
for the salary grabbers and carpet-
baggers. The American brought
nothing to this town, and has noth-
ing except what it has grabbed from
the people of El Reno In bonuses and
unreasonable charges for alleged
services. The Guthrie appendix is
not here for its health, in fact its
real owner is not here at all.
As there^ were no newspaper men
with the president in the Yellowstone
Park there is no reason why the stor-
ies of his adventures may not be
veritable "shilling shockers."
President Baer deflesthe Interstate
Commerce Commission to prove that
his companies, they are legion, are
breaking the law by owning coal
mines and operating railroads at one
and the same time. If, however, the
commission proves that the compan-
ies are within the law it will be a
step in the right direction. It will
demonstrate the necessity of rev's-
ing the law.
The salary ordinance was passed
by a vote of six for and two against-
two democrats voting for, and one re-
publican against its passage.-Ameri-
Speak out Mr. Greer and give the
names of the democrats who voted
for the salary grab. The people want
to know whether you are Jyj
democratic councilmen are lying if
democrats are in the grabbing bus!
ness the people want to know who
The board of supervisors are i„
session. Yesterday „,ey lirra '
for the purchase of seats for
new court house.
The round up after the show iJy
(he police was 9 prisoners, two In-
dians who were intoxicated and the
rest colored soldiers, one of whom
prides himself upon being a pugelist.
The Little Child Shot Yesterday
During the Anderson Tragedy
Doctors llatchett and Shuttee re-
Port improvement of the little vic-
tim of yesterday's sad affair. He
rested fairly well last night and the
Physicians now think there are reas-
ona It chances for his recovery.
This information we gleaned at noon
and it is reliable despite rumors of
lis death that are in circulation. Mr.
'1 * FS' Anderson are at the home
or M. I). Lowe, 615 East Wade street.
Innumerable reports are current
■ me oi which implicate innocent
parties in connection with this ter-
wo .n ^ and s"r<l|y
would wish to connect an innocent
girl with the affair.
facta'"!e excl,m°nt passes and
no I , 6 ascertained gossip should
inllc i ( led t0 Whlch ls "able to
injury upon the innocent.
Ihe Democrat shall keep posted
DnhL i? eVentB and K've
solu L :h'Ch WiM ai,i !n « correct
inlusiic th° °ase with°ut doing
injustice to anyone.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
T'lk0 Laxative JBromo Quinine Tab-
on every box. 25 cents.
e/'nnV rTlmmp8on. General Passeng-
western Ag<>nt °f the sollth-
ran.® " b,'anch of "ie C. R. I. & P.
railroad was here yesterday.
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Hensley, T. F. The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 7, 1903, newspaper, May 7, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111394/m1/4/: accessed July 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.