The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 15, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 10, 1904 Page: 4 of 8
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EL RENO DEMOCRAT
T. F. HbNSLbY. Editor
One week, delivered in ■ -JT-
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THE EL RENO D E M O C « A
Three month, • •
Liberal commission to ace: >
Good bye Hlobtll
ill favor* ar
Kiotera beard I
.r- w 1 folio* I
11 was a clu*e shave
tbe union was far sburt of the
(e KlirD W ! Bryan
kidney diseases sffi
When the Kidneys fail to perform their functions properly by not straining out the Poiso"
ous waste matter from the blood as it passes through them, the poisons are carried by the
circulation to every part of the body, deranging the different organs. is ca"sjL
trouble, stomach trouble, sluggish liver and a host of other ills, all due to deranged Kidneys.
corrects irregularities and cures Kidney and Bladder diseases in every form, tones up the
"* i 1 _ anH aic# a<:p«5 tnat nave
Kairbaiik- bis tha -
M> faider is g -ie
Tbe court house (tan* will have an j
opportunity to spend their illegal ml! |
* I- .... Blt t Kui p 11 _ i Ti' rt.a in r T H f 1
tries to kt-ep up tnelf m**si>ai**r tnt- .
CURED OP BRISNrS DISEASE.
I.ton a. ur . E 'Don Co N Y wrl.M -I .m ,:.d Uhay ■••CI*;
t%r !\ ef tf 'f whit mtca ftceot results I hava had from aung FOLEY 3 KIDNtY
CURE afttf h :ng tned othar a<3vartia#d ro*-icina« and aevarml physicians. Befo/,el_5**
K1 Reno is safely
8oiu of Their
and ibe balance
. . . . . ... -ltd ett.f ma luptmuoui nnn rma ianr, ■> w r.. >>
tt. mcl Kidn?y trouble. My fner.ds wert surprised thst I cure J ae they
Ml|l * Ev-ry few daye some one cornea from wi.es sway to le.rn
\t t r.i vf .f t K.e a .Jerful mediciae thst cuied me of Bngbte Disease, and oot oos that
has u*.« - .t faied to be benefitted.
whole system, and the diseases that have
resulted from disordered Kidneys disappear,
because the cause has been removed. Com-
mence taking FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
at the first sign of danger. Do not risk
having Bright's Disease or Diabetes.
fjook out for the
The widow Grigs by's cow is out
ith the dry cattle
has never been so bad;
deeply humiliate*! since
Horace Greeley in 1 feT.
Two Sizes, 50 Cents and $1.00.
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
It was a race for all of their whtsV
There was plenty of bridge money
in the Second ward.
Will Mr. Winder now take a day < ff
and collect a poll tax from the
negroes that he says hav*> never pa: :
a cent ?
The attack on Judge Irwin made
him votes. It always does
Dr. Fitzgerald will sit on Or clar
by a small majority
They never touched me.—John
Canadian county "till r. mains In tb«
There are a few republicans In thi
Second ward that need discipline
W. J. Bryan polled more vr in
New York than Parker
The people selected a new "watch
dog of the treasury "
Schwarberg Is pickled and Thomp
son is Fryed.
That "damned prohibitionist" run
like a scared wolf
Sonny Cope can take his "paper col- j Shanii: ti. N<• ■ —It is reported in
lar and his unused toothbrush and gc British naval circles that a Japanese
to housekeeping. j man of war has been sunk by a mine
0 off Port Arthur.
The republican candidates wen ,
handicapped from the start; but not , rokic
withstanding this fact they made a Shakh*
splendid showing at the polls.
The Democrat told you that Parker i ' ' '
was the worst beat man that ever rai, j
for president on the democratic K
ticker. Greeley was a hot tamal*
compared with him.
—Reports from the
iver state that both armies
strengthening their positions
iherwise busily preparing for
reat tattle. The scouts are
C in touch and outpost skir-
•cur but there is no likehood
ral engagement for the pres-
Joseph Folk, the second, will con-
tinue to lie deputy county attorney
for about six weeks more. This will
give him plenty of time to unlimber
his reform gun and get it off in a
dozen different directions. The peo-
ple have their ear to the ground lis
tening for the ravishing to begin.
fllling the gaps
ing lo—es at .he
The socialisth were not so many
Hugh Rollins done one- bus n«
Bill Johnson's bridge grafting day
They say that Hill Johnson n« \s
wants to sell his Blobell >'-><"
Discriminations against El Reno
at an end.
io. Nov. I#.—Unofficial news re-
fi m Port Arthur since Satur-
n-port of the progress made by
siegers indicate that the Japan-
j msp operations an proceeding satis-
machinery for I factorily though slowly . Limestone
O. L. Richard ft' formations an<i rocky ground inter-
ickford avenue ' reres with th - sapping. It is now con-
4j rf Lid hat ■ capture of fUhhiBg
— : ni nt u an I v. -• Kekwan mountain
The flashlight returns of the elec- \ without Ants, and Etse mountains is
tion and the band concert in fron of not sufficient to force the Russians* to
the Elks home last night attracted : abandon the city proper.
For Sale—Com pie
broom factory. Call
store. 218-220 South
ed. saying it was in the interest of
humanity to prevent further useless
sla ich'er In the darkness of the early
morning of November 4 several copies
ul the letter, written in Russian, wire
given to the prisoner, who regained
ihn Russian lines unobserved by his
officers That night the Russians re j
; turned, saying his comrades would an-
j swer within a few days. He said the
temper of the men seemed to show
that while they were mutinous toward
fate they also did not like the idea ol
a:i unofficial surrender. The letter did
much, however, to dispel among the
Russian troops, the impression foster-
ed by their officers that a massacre
would follow a Japanese victory. The
! company which the prisoner belonged
to originally numbered 800 and now
totals thirty men. As the Japanese
are sufficiently near the summits of
the hills to render tunneling highly
practicable, much of this work is now
Ving done. The Russians are build-
ing counter tunnels. Whichever side
finds its tunnel under the enemy's
blows up the latter's tunnel. To pre
vent explosives leing rolled down into
heir trenches the Japanese have
made ranges or hillocks of earth
above the trenches.
Five Russian mine sweeping steam
ers have been sunk by Japanese
\ewlv Furnished Best Meals in City
ROOM andBOARD $4.50
21 MEALS $JS0
Bound volumes of standard books
from 25c up. call at this office.
an immense crowd, and many compl; j
The county harem will
bands January 1.
mentary remarks were made concern ; Port Said, Egypt. Nov. I he Hut-
lug tbe enterprise of the lodge. When i sian consul general at Cairo and the
th«* Elks UBdertake*tO do a '^ling, they naval a*racln- <>> Ki.-.-iu <'« n.-tan
do it right. 1 nople have arrived here in connection
■■■ \i*jth the expected arrival < t the Rus
AN EL RENO GIRL MARRIED. : "
Miss Maude Dix the Bride of a Kansas' ti protection of the wa It - ~!"'
Mar. ! lal (fuards have been posted on th.
i ,h<. Whole lensth of the canal
Whittlesey got it fifteen tlm«
where the chickcn got the ax.
daughter of John W D
Fire Alarm Streams says h>
It in the S'-eond ward.
Jim Frame has established hi' run
Blng qualities at the polls.
The people of the country havo
done well, but they could have don
Canadian county may be slightly
democratic, but that Blobell note is
bride's' uncle in Winfield, Kan. Tin j
tor, and the liride is a winsome glr! I
who has passed In El K"no more than j
two-thirds of the eighteen years that
she has lived. She has a large circle
of warm friends here who wish her j
a long and happy married life.
TO BOOM A TOWN.
Promoters of Darrow Will Establish
Work on the South Canadian bridge
■will be pos'poned until January the
The girls at the county harem will
l>'ty their silk dressi-s from this time
Our old friend Woodson of Okarche
la busy marking his bridge lumber
They Bay that Johns Cree has
more bridges across it than the Mis
Charley Fillson, chairman of thi
territorial committee, claims Mc-
Gulre's election by 1,500 plurality.
There is plenty of work for the
grand jury that meets In a couple of
Mr. Cope is now enjoying the fruit
of a nasty can iiaign, which he him-
Sid Clute and dirty Bill McCartney
must be laid on the shelf in the
Guthrie. Soy. 9.—plans have been
con8timated and the work of construc-
tion is about to begin on a cement
plant at Darrow, which will cost $75,-
(miO and give employment to more
than 100 men in the manufacture of
cement from gypsum. Darrow is the
center of the gypsum fields, on four
railroads—the Frisco, Orient, Choctaw
and Guthrie and Fairview and West-
ern— and will be the nearest cement
manufacturing point to the coal fields
of Indian Territory. It was for this
reason that the Guthrie, Fairview
and Western was chartered and is
now being constructed westward from
Guthrie, where it connects with three
coal roads into Indian Territory. At
Fairview, west cf Darrow, it connects
with the Orient.
Ex-Governor C. M. Barnes of Guth-
"The greatest rush known in the
west since that to Cripple Creek sev-
eral years ago will be that to Darrow
after the town is finally opened to the
public in December, and it is the
cement proposition which will attract
the people from all parts of the coun-
mauder of the Rus-ian military force.s
ther have offered terms of surrender
to the Russian soldiers, according to
advices leaving Port Arthur yesterday.
In the meantime the ceaseless acti\i'>
of picks and spades continue. The
Japanese are gradually advancing
their trenches, which spell Inexorable
(a-e to the watching Russians.
A Russian prisoner captured Octob-
er 26, -aid the troops composing the
Harrison of Port Arthur were in want
and dispirited. They saw the fruitless-
ness of the struggle. Hopeless of re-
lief. with food scarce and medicine
and hospital supplies insufficient, it
wan admitted by the Russians that a
Japanese victory was ultimately in-
evitable. The soldiers, according to
the prisoner, see no reason to prolong
the resistance which brings glory to
their officers, but chiefly hardship and
death to them. Upon hearing the
prisoner's story General Nogi assem-
bled his staff, discussed the matter
briefly and then under the light of a
bicycle lamp, drafted a letter to be
circulated among the soldiers them-
selves, the prisoner having promised
to deliver it in mercy to his comrades.
The letter related General Kuropat-
kin's retreats and his inability to
make an impression on the army of
Field Marshal Oyma, to say nothing
of breaking through his forces and
relieving Port Arthur. The letter also
pointed out that the second Russian
Pacific squadron has just started on
its slow voyage. Continuing, it called
attention to the resistless advance of
the Japanese trenches, making it a
matter of weeks when the Japanese
would walk into the main Russian
In conclusion the letter offered hu-
mane treatment to all who surrender-
Law ton. Nov. 9.—C. A. McKendry. j
an experienced oil and gas man, vis
j ited the well Ave miles east of Law- j
I 'on, recently drilled by Boertieh &
j Gibler. and reports a fine showing of |
sas. While it is impossible to tell |
exactly the pressure there, it is an j
! evident fact that there is plenty of j
! las, and with a little more work In ;
the way of drilling, it would develop
sufficient gas to light and heat tie
city of Lawton at a cost to the con ;
turner much less than is now being |
' paid for lights and fuel.
; It. is expected that within a few
weeks work will be resumed on this j
A large safe, fire proof and burglar j
proof. Call on G. W. Keller, opposite
Caddo Hotel. 167-tf. j
Wanted—A g<*«l girl to help in the
Kitchen. 5U2 South Bickford. 1S9—fit
MAN.—Under .'15 from El Reno
or vicinity to prepare for Gov't Posi.
tion as RAILWAY MAIL CLERK. Ex-
perience in Post Office work not nec-
essary. Entrance salary $800 per an-
l num. Gradual promotion. Excep-
j tional opening. Address Box I, Cedar
j Hapids, la. 185 12t
Young men to learn telegraphy,
write J. P. Ti-he care Santa Fe Ry.,
Arkansas City, Kansas. 38-lm*
Young men to learn telegraphy,
write J. P. Tighe care Santa Fe Ry.,
Arkansas City, Kansas. 1G8-Im*
Side Walks and Curbing
1 am preyitrud 10 put in all
kirids of brick or ceo «'tit
fide*ikf , and all liinu*> of
curbing a d on
shor i notice
sliipp- 1 to h:i> p;
Cai' ni or add re*
A. C. KREIPKE. JLZ'oZ
Phone 453. d-46
' Chief ok them all
A deed or cemetery certificate to
lot 23. block 14, issued to Sarah Mar-
tin, call for the same at this office.
A Knight Templars charm. Owner
can have the same by calling on Geo.
Godfrey and paying for this notice.
BETTER THAN IMPORTED
Highly effervescent, delicious, healthfn'.
with thai " Taste Tnat Tempts. " ^ It s
natures tonic for body and brain. B'<
perfectly with wines and liquors. Ask
•t «u the club-
HENRY SHAFER. Distributor
El Reno, Ckla.
A howling bli^ard swept down from I
ie tiorth today; not cold, but vers
Three-room house with cistern, 704 j
! South Bickford. Enquire at Prince's
j grocery- 19. -tf
A pair of eye glasses, no rims; were I The Democrat Book store will take
in a yellow leather case; bought of , old books in first class condition in
, , , , exchange for new ones.
Aloes, St. Loui: a liberal reward, j 1
Return to Fowler Grocery Co. 180—tf |
Bob Forrest's speech knocks the j J. W. Malier left this morning on
sand from tinder Matthews. ' a business trip to Omaha. Neb.
A Physician Healed.
Dr. Geo. Ewlng, a practicing physi-
cian of Smith's Grove, Ky., for over
thirty years, writes his personal ex-
perience with Foley's Kidney Cure.
"For years I had been greatly bother-
ed with kidney and bladder trouble
and enlarged prostrate gland. I used
everything known to the profession
without relief, until I commenced to
use Foley's Kidney Cure. After tak-
ing three bottles I was entirely re-
lieved and cured. I prescribe it now
daily In my practice and heartily re-
commend Its use to all physicians for
such troubles. I have prescribed 't
in hundreds of cases with perfect suc-
cess." Sold by C. R- Miller.
Furnished rooms 401 South Barker
World's Fair Guests
— When in St. Louis, Stop at—
Christian Endeavor Hotel
Located dircctly opposite one ol the mai
entrances to World's Fair Grounds. Special
For rooms oud ««is lor Noremhcr. Miriet Srree
ctrs. It Iron ol In loo Suilon. roi direct to the Hotel
And the reason is
there is nothing the mat-
ter with your glasses. The
trouble is with you; you, yourself. Your head
is congested, you are dizzy, you cannot see
clearly, and you are all out of sorts.
Wake up your sleepy liver! Get rid of a lot
of bile. Take one of Ayer's Pills each night,
for a few nights. These pills are liver pills, all
vegetable, sugar-coated. They act directly on the
liver, curing biliousness, constipation, dizziness.
Made by the J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mam.
Also manufacturers of
AVER'S HAIR VIOOR-For the hsir. AVER S CHSRRY PECTORAI^For coughs.
ATER'S SAKSAFAR1LLA—For the blood. AYLR'S AGUE CORE—For m*Uru and ague.
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Hensley, T. F. The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 15, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 10, 1904, newspaper, November 10, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111473/m1/4/: accessed February 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.