The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 6, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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EL RENO O. T.
(From Friday's Daily)
(From Thursday's Daily.)
From Friday's Daily)
TO RENEW CONTRACT
(From Friday's Dailyl
(From Saturday's Daily.)
NEW COURT HOUSE
JOINED IN JULY
The Largest Crowd Yet Upon the
Streets Last Night That Has
Ever Greeted the Musicians.
It would seem that every one rall-
ied upon Rock Island avenue last
night to hear the hand concert and
the boys richly merited the great
audience because of their splendid
rendition of an excellent program,
and while every number merits highly
favorable comment, the most interest
ing and most thoroughly appreciated
number was an intermezzo by Vivian
Gray, who is non other ttian Miss
Mable McKlnley, favorite niece of
the late president, and now foremost
among America's female composers.
This delightful little composition
was presented to the El Reno band
by Leo Fiest a promtnent music deal-
er of New York and is being played
by all the high bands in the cities.
The Annex Garbled the Report of
Last Night's League Meeting—
Base Misrepresentation of Mr.
We are intormed that the Annex
this mornir.g quoted Mr. I^oudermilk
as stating, in the brief talk at the
League last night that Judge Phelps
went to Texas to get rid of issuing
warrants against violators of the
law. There never was a more fla-
grant. perversion of the truth.
What Mr. Loudermilk did say in
substance was this: "TTie president
of this League and the committee
know that these prosecutions would
have been begun several days ago
had it not been for the absence of
Judge Phelps and as soon as he re
turns the business will begin."
Governor Ferguson and Attorney
General Robberts to go to (
Judge Mitts Adds Another Star to Rapidly Nearing Completion—Con
His Crown of Good Deeds.
Those cheers for Taylor in the
Kentucky republican convention are
certainly worth something as the
foundation of a Roosevelt running
Guthrie, O. T„ July 31—Governor
T. B. Ferguson and Attorney Gener-
al J. C. Robberts will go to Lancing,
Kansas, next Tuesday for the purpose
of holding a conference with Gover-
nor Halley, Warden Jewett of the
state penitentiary and other Kansas
officials relative to the renewing of
the contract between Kansas and Ok-
lahoma for the c^re of Oklahoma's
convicts. Upon his return from
Kansas, Governor Ferguson fouT\d
a letter here written by Governor
Bailey asking that the conference be
acts Let for Furnishing.
Yesterday afternoon Ihe board of
county commissioners opened the
bids for the inside furniture of the
new court house and for laying the
The firm of Nealy & Terry secured
the contract for the inside fixtures
and A. C. Krepkie for the sidewalk,
Quick Relief for Asthma Sufferers, j
Foley's Honey and Tar affords im-
mediate relief to asthma sufferers in
the worst stages and If taken In time
will cffcct a cure For sale by C.
R. M: 11 *-r.
Whcrv Yovir J oi rvts
and muscles s-.re from cold or rheu-
matism, when you slip and sprain a
joint, strain your side or 1 m:s- your-
self, Perry D.ivis' Pain' ill r * 11 take
out the soreness and fix you right in
a jiffy. Always have it with you, and
use it freely. USE
*•>. • i vv .
[ From Friday'8 Daily)
Rain and Hail.
Reports from the country near Cal-
umet give an account of a splendid
rainfall of two inches yesterday and
that the storm was quite general and
consequently beneficial to a large
area of country. ,
Directly north of Calumet there was
a heavy hail storm which did some
damage, which consisted mainly in
breaking window glass. Some of the
hail-stones were very large, but the
storm lasted only a few minute< an'i
covered only a small area.
The farmers are all happy because
they consider that the corn crop in
| that vicinity is now assured
A negro in Indiana has been sen-
tenced (o a long term in the peniten-
tiary because the revolver he dropped
from his pocket killed a friend with
whom he was wrestling. The same
kind of justice prevents the trial of
a white man named Taylor, wanted
iu Kentucky on the charge of being
an accomplice In (he murder of Wil-
Just as we go to press we are call-
ed up by telephone by the gallant
Captain Mitts, and informed that he
has performed the legal rites and
ceremony that starts another couple
upon the broad road of matrimonial
bliss and hapiness.
j I L. Hilton of Eckley, O T„ is the
fortunate groom and Mrs. Nora Ben- they being the lowest bidders.
I nett of El Reno the happy and joyous j The iron fence which was contern-
i tiride. The bride has a fine claim plated around the block was eliminat-
I in Caddo county, whither they willjed and very wisely to our mind, be
proceed after the honeymoon and j cause the expense is largely decreas
enjoy life in its fullness, followed by ed and the beauty of the grounds very
the good wishes of many warm | materially increased.
S friends. The contract provides for a brick .
sidewalk around the block twelve |
Strayed or Stolen. feet wide and cement walks connect i
A tern. Consisting of iron grey ' ing therewith from the building tip-
News Reaches Here That a Former
Resident of This City, Married
At Weatherford—Wilt Live
Announcements reach this city this
city this morning of the marriage of
1'hares F. Nlsely and Miss Gertrude
Jones at Weatherford, which occured
yesterday. The groom is quite well
known in El Reno, having at one time
resided here and for a while had the
management of the creamery, and
his many friends will join the Demo-
crat in hearty congratulations.
The announcement also states that
I I he happy bride and groom will soon
i lie at home to their friends in Fort
Worth, Texas where they w-ill reside
in the future.
mare branded on left shoulder with
letter M. Sorrel horse, ball faced,
branded on left shoulder, pot hook,
small horse shoe brand on left side
neck. Liberal reward, return to
John H. Duncan, West Russel street,
El Reno, O. T. 143-4t w It, pd.
FRANCHISE AT GUTHRIE
John A. Masters Will Put In a Gas
and Heating Plant in the
>n each of the four entrances
The contract price for this work
The iron railing proposed in the
district court rom was also dispensed
with and :he contract price for the
Inside furniture and fixtures is
t'p to dale the newspapers that
have been most severe in their crit-
isism of Mi Bryan for his remarks
concerning the Iowa democratic plat-
form are those which are republican
and those which claim to be demo-
cratic anil alwajs support republican
policies and candidates.
Guthrie, 0. T., July 31.—An ordi-
nance was introduced in the city coun
ley's Kidney cure is a medicine
from i>oisons and will cure any
case of kidney disease that Is not
beyond the reach of medicine. For
sale by C. R. Miller.
has incurred the en
L(i n uo IUUUUIIH.U viij vwu a I • ii- " *
cil last night granting to John A. j mity of a large number of republican
Masters and others the right to estab- organs and leaders by taking it for
lish a gas light and heating plant here granted that when ho was ordered
and no doubt, the ordinance will pass;,,, investigate it was meant that he
in its proper order. | should investigate. Mr. Bristow is
evidently a very young man in pol-1
In ill lt Map™ there
Ely's Cream Balm
the diJ— —
It cures catarrh and drivta
away a cold in the head
a*. Cream Halm In placad into the nostrils, apread
Mr. Bristow is ever the membrane nnd is absorbed. Kelieriitui-
II diale and a euro follows. It il not drjinf-dort
evidently a very young man in P- cf tnM7,ng. Urge s(Ml Wo. <. .t
Stand pat" is the shibboleth of th< , iticB, else he would hare grasped th« tl(1. ,<r ,,v mai|; Trial Sire, 10 centa by mail.
foKHiliied. Pickwickian sceen' li t RK0THEns. so Warren Street, New York.
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Hensley, T. F. The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 14, No. 28, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 6, 1903, newspaper, August 6, 1903; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111407/m1/3/: accessed September 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.