The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 16, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 30, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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WILL INFUSE NEW BLOOD
Probability That the Japanese Will
Now Turn Their Attention to
the Reduction of Vladi-
St Petersburg, .March. 28.—The of-
ficial gazette announces that General
Kaulbars. commander of the Third
army, has been appointed to the com-
mand of the Second Manchurian army,
and that General Batjamoff has been)
appointed to the command of thei
the kidneys are deranged Nervous-
ness. headache, puffy or dark circles
tinder the eyes, pain In the back, are
signs of kidney trouble that must not
be l.e no red. or a serious malady will
result. Foley's Kidney Cure has re-
stored the health of thousands of
weak, nervous, broken down women.
It stops iiregularities and strengthens
the urinary organs. It purifies the
blood and benefits the whole system.
Sold by C. R. Miller & Co.. and Morse
Drug & Jewelry Co
St. Petersburg. March 28.—The im-
pression prevails in some military
circles that the Japanese having re-
moved the possibility of the main
army in Manchuria assuming the ini-
tiative. will now turn their attention
to the next objective of the war,
Vladivostok, Is strengthened by press
dispatches from Gunshu Pass announc-
ing the withdrawal of the Japanese
from the immediate front'of the Rus-
sian army for a distance of thirty-five
miles south. It is realized of course
that this may be merely a blind to
cover Hanking operations, but it is
not improbable that the Japanese,
having cleared southern Manchuria of
Russian troops from a position from
whence expulsion would be a long and
difficult process, may be satisfied to
hold Tie Pass without further exten-
sion of communication. While the
voice of the emperor's advisers is for
peace if liohofable terms are obtain-
able, the government, as is the part
of wisdom. Is going forward with all
provisions for the continuance of the
war. Preparations are reported to be
making for the mobilization of five
corps. It had been understood that
the guards will be retained at St.
Petersburg, but some of the officers
of this crack organization believe
their services have been requisition-
ed and are making preparations to
There has been a recrudescense of
reports announced of changes at the
head of the war offices. It was stated
last night in an unusually well in-
formed source that Lieutenant Gener-
al Sakaharoff will leave very shortly
or will be succeeded by General
Ridiger. now chief of the chancellery
of the war office. It is also reported
that General Polivanoff will be ap-
pointed chief of the general staff
Both Polivanoff and Ridiger are of
the younger school of generals, but
have high repute as theoreticians and
administrators. General Ridiger is
the author of a number of text books
The government is advised that
Chinese bandits are appearing in great
numbers along the Siberian road and
causing interference with the train
Statistics show startling mortality
from appendicitis and peritonitis. To
prevent and cure these awful diseases
there is just one reliable remedy. Dr.
Kings New Life Pills. M. Flannery,
of 14 Custom House Place, Chicago,
says: "They have no equal for Con-
stipation and billiousness." 25c
C. R M'ller & Co., druggists.
LAWTON A GROWING TOWN.
Registration Indicates Increase of 500
in Population Since Last Fall.
Lawton. March 28.—Eleven hundred
and twenty-four voters registered at
the city clerk's office up to the time
the books were closed This Is an
Increase of 115 voters over the regis
Hon last fall, reppresentlng an in-
crease of over 500 in the population of
the city since October.
An increase of voters is shown in
every ward of the city the First ward
heading the list with the greatest in-
crease. The clerk was careful that
none but bona fide citizens should reg-
ister. and the books show a fair poll-
ing of the voting strength of the city.
Death rate in New York and Chicago.
During November and December,
1903, one fifth of the deaths in New
York and Chicago were from pneumo-
nia. Foley's Honey and Tar not only
stops the cough but heals and
strengthens the lungs and prevents
pneumonia, so do not take chances on
a cold wearing away when Foley's
Honey and Tar will cure you quickly
and prevent serious results. Sold by
C. R. Miller and Co., and Morse Drug
and Jewelry Co.
MONEY ON A CORPSE.
Boys Find Decomposed Body
Shawnee, March 28.—Boys fishing
at North Canadian river dam near
here discovered the body of an un-
known man. The body was badly de-
composed, and the race to which it
belonged has not been established, al-
though it probably was a negro.
The police have a theory that he
was crossing the Ice some weeks ago
and was accidently drowned.
Over $«0 was found in his pocket
besides some papers, which later may
aid in clearing up the mystery.
Th« Colonel's Waterloo.
Colonel John M Fuller, of Honey
Grove. Texas, nearly met his Water J
loo from liver and kidney trouble. In '
a recent letter, he says: "I was near j
ly dead, of these complain>s. and, al-1
though I tried my family doctor, he j
did me no g<xHl; so 1 got a 50c bottle
of your great Electric Bitters, which
cured me. I consider them the best
medicine on earth, and thank God who
gave you the knowledge to make
them." Sold and guaranteed to cure
Dyspepsia. Billiousness and Kidney
Disease, by C. R. Miller & Co. drug-
gists, at 50c a bottle.
LAND OFFICE NOTES.
An Interesting Budget From the Fed-
eral Building in El Reno.
In the contest of C. C. Post vs. Ira
B. Webster, alleging abandonment of
his homestead, the commissioner has
sustained the decision of the local
office and held the entry of Webster
In the case of M. S. Roberson vs.
Fannie Green, the commissioner has
dismissed the contest leaving the en-
try of Green intact.
In the contest of F. J. Scott vs. CJeo.
L. Huntoon. the commissioner has
denied a hearing.
In the contest of Ella McBane vs.
William H. Patterson, the secretary
has affirmed the decision of the com-
missioner in favor of McHane.
In the contest of Daniel A. Mai son
vs. Lulu G. Henderson, the commis-
sioner has sustained the local office
and dismissed the contest, leaving the
entry of Henderson intact.
In the contest of John 11. Massey vs.
Celia M. Johnson, the secretary has
affirmed the decision of the commis-
sioner dismissing the same.
In the case of Melville Weaver vs.
James F. Thomas, charging abandon-
ment, the commissioner sustained the
decision of the local office and cancel-
ed the entry, awarding the prefer-
ence right to Weaver.
The cash entry of Claud H. Mc-
Donald is held for cancellation by
the commissioner because of insuffi-
The Pritner vs. Wilcox contest is
up for hearing before the land office
We Have the
SUING SANTA FE.
Agent Alleged to Have Made Error in
Guthrie. March 28—Because the
Santa Fe station agent at I'ncas, in
Kay county billed a lot of native cat-
tle out as Southern cattle, the owner
thereof lost a sum of $300 on the cat-
tle and lias sued the company for that
amount. The Santa Fe attorneys here
are looking up the case. Native cat-
tle bring more on the markets in the
North than the Southern stock.
Foley & Co.. Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offered
for the genuine. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tat and refuse any substi-
tute offered as no other preparation
will give the same satisfaction. It
is mildly laxative. It contains no
opiates and is safest for children and
delicate persons. Sold by C. R. Miller
& Co.. and Morse Drug & Jewelry Co.
MUST SERVE HIS TERM.
Cures Hemorrhages of the Lungs.
"Several years since my lungs were
so badly affected that I had many
hemorrhages." writes A. M. Ake, of
Wood, Ind. "I took treatment with
several physicians without benefit. 1
then started to take Foley's Honey
and Tar, and my lungs are now as
sound as a bullet. I recommend it in
advanced stages of lung trouble."
Foley's Honey and Tar stops the
cough and heals the lungs, and pre-
vents serious results from a cold. Re-
fuse substitutes. Sold by C. R. Miller
& Co., and Morse Drug and Jewelry
FIVE MEN DROWNED.
Their Boat Turned Over While Cross-
ing the Missouri River.
St Joseph, Mo., March 28.—Five
men lost their lives in the Missouri
rovere here yesterday evening. The
The men were engaged in dyke
building operations on the Kansas
side of the river opposite the water
pumping station. They had been ac-
customed to being brought to the
Missouri side each afternoon in a
small steamer, but on account of a
heavy wind and rain storm yesterday
evening the return was delayed, and
the men. rather than spend the stormy
night in a shack on the Kansas side,
determined to cross in a skiff About
midstream the overloaded skiff was
swamped by the high waves and four
of the men sank in the muddy water
and were seen no more Hutchason
was seen swiming, but sank before
help could reach him None of the
bodies have been recovered
It would have been Incredible bru-
tality if Chae. F. Lemberger, of Syra-
cuse, N. Y.. had not done the best he
could for his suffering son. "My
boy," lie says, "out a fearful gasti
over his eye, so I applied Btteklen's
Arnica Salve, which quickly healed it
And saved his eye." Good for burns
and ulcers too. Only 25c at C. R.
Rock island Rding Lister.
Considered one of the
very best on the market
that we o'fer for.
with four horse evener
and rolling coulter.
THIS IS THE BEST BARGAIN
that will be offered this
spring and we will be glad
to show it to you. : :
By V. D. Tinkelpaugh.
T. V. Turner Will Be Taken to Lans-
Guthrie. March 28.—T. V. Turner
must serve his tight years in the pen-
itentiary for a killing in Greer county
three years ago. He was convicted
and sentenced but appealed to the
Oklahoma supreme court, which re-
cently affirmed the lower court's de-
cision. Sheriff Ray of Kiowa county
has been ordered to take Turner im-
mediately to the Lansing penitentiary.
Want Money From Carnegie.
Guthrie. March 28.—Kingfisher peo-
ple in the city are authority for the
statement that the management of
the Congregational college at Kingfish-
er has asked Andrew Carnegie for a
sum of money for a library building in
connection with the college. The
college was recently endowed, re-
receiving $100,000, a part of it coming
from Dr. Pearson of Chicago. It is
understood that Carnegie will be ask
ed to give something like $35,000.
STRIKES HIDDEN ROCKS.
When your ship of health strikes
the hidden rocks of Consumption,
Pneumonia, etc.. you are lost, if you
don't get help from Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption. J. W.
McKinnon. of Taladega Springs, Ala
writes: "1 had been very ill with
Pneumonia, under the care of two
doctors, but was getting no better
when I began to take Dr. King's New
Discovery. The first dose gave re-
lief. and one bottie cured me." Sure
cure for sore throats, bronchitis,
coughs and colds. Guaranteed at ('
R. Miller & Co's., drug store, price 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottle free
WIND AND FLAMES.
Farm Houses and Ranch Buildings in
Western Kansas Destroyed
A Safe Cough Medicine for Children. A Chicago Alderman Owes His Elec to prove his continuous residence upon
cough medicine for tion t0 Chamberlain's Cough ! and cultivation of said land, viz:
Remedy. j Victor W VanWay, William L. Law-
"I can heartily and conscientiously ratis. Furguson Cron and E. H. Saw-
recommend Chamberlain's Cough j yer, all of Minco, I. T.
Remedy for affections of the throat I FRANK C. SICKLES, Register
and lungs," says Hon. John Shonick. j
220 So. Peoria St. Chicago "Two (F|rgt Published Feb. IB.I
! years ago during a political campaign NOT,CE F0R PUBLICATION.
I I caught cold after being overheated
children never be afraid to buy Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy. There is
no danger from it and relief is al-
ways sure to follow. It is especially
valuable for colds, croup and whoop-
ing cough. For sale by all druggists.
(First published January 12.)
Territory of Oklahoma, Canadian
county. In the district court for said
county. No. 2888.
Katherine Ziska. plaintiff, vs. Frank
R. Ziska, F. M. Ziska. defendants.
The Territory of Oklahoma, to
Frank R. Ziska and F. M. Ziska, you
are hereby notified that you have been i ..rough th
sued in the district court, within and
for the county of Canadian, in the
Territory of Oklahoma, and must
answer the petition filed therein by
plaintiff, Katherine Ziska, to cancel
the deed made by Frank R. Ziska,
to F. M. Ziska, November 31, 1901, to
the northwest quarter of section 17,
in township 12, north of range 6 west,
in Canadian county, Oklahoma Terri-
tory, and subject said land to the judg
which irritated my throat and I was
finally compelled to stop, as I could
not speak aloud. In my extremity a
friend advised me to use Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy. I took two
doses that afternoon and could not be-
lieve my senses when I found the
next morning the inflammation had
' rgely subsided. I took several doses
that day. kept right on talking
campaign, and I thank
this medicine that I won my seat in
the Council." The remedy is for sale
by all druggists.
Women are more often afflicted
with kidney disorders than men, but
attribute the symtoms to diseases
peculiar to their sex, while in reality
Champion Liniment tor Rheumatism.
Chas. Drake, a mail carrier at Chap-
inville. Conn., says: "Chaberiain's
Pain Balm is the champion of all
liniments. The past year I was troub-
led a great deal with rheumatism in
my shoulder. After trying several
cures the storekeeper here recom-
mended this remedy and it complete-
ly cured me." There is no use of any-
one suffering from that painful ail-
ment when this liniment can be ob-
tained for a small sum. One applica-
tion gives prompt relief and its con
tinued use for a short time will pro
duce a permanent cure For sale by
The Ladies Guild will give a post
lenten dance Easter Monday
Wichita. Kan.. March 28—At Eldo-
rado a tornado struck the business
part of the city at about 4:30 yester-
day, unroofing several business
houses, wrecking a hotel and a school
house Mrs. Ida Madison was serious-
her house falling and Attest E. M. HEGLER, Clerk of the
BEWARE OF OINTMENT FOR CA-
TARIt HTHAT CONTAIN MERCI'RY
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange I
the whole system when entering it j
through the mucous surfaces. Such |
articles should never be used except
ment of plaintiff, on or before the 21th f,n prescriptions from reputable physi
day of February, 1905, or the said pe- cians, as the damage they will do is
tition will be taken as Irue, and Judg- ten fold to the good you can possibly
ment cancelling said conveyance and derive from them Hall's Catarrh
declaring the same void and declaring Cure, manufactured by F. I Cheney
the attachment and judgment lien of & Co.. Toledo. O., contains no mer-
plaintiff superior to the claim of de- ctirv and is taken internally, acting di-
fendant, F. M. Ziska, and barring all rectly upon the blood and mucous sur-
his right, title and claim to said land faces of the system. In buying Hall's
Department of the Interior, Land
Office at El Reno, O. T., February
15, 1905. Notice Is hereby given that
the following-named settler has filed
notice of his intention to make final
proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before
Register and Receiver at Land Office
at El Reno. O T.. on April 8. 1905,
of Minco, I T., for the southwest
quarter section 4. township 10 north,
range 8 west. He names the following
witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon and cultivation of
said land, viz: Paul Musshafen,
Henry J Walje, Joseph Dries, and
William D. Webb, all of Minco, I. T.
FRANK C. SICKLES, Register.
will be rendered accordingly.
W. M. WALLACE,
Attorney for Plaintiff
ly injured by
catching her in the ruins It is esti
mated that the damage will reach $30
Sharon Springs, Kan.. March 28 —
The worst prairie fire in the history
of Wallace county was burning last
night. A strong northwest wind
drove the Itames and the people made
little progress in their efforts to stop
it. Late last night it was impossi-
ble to determin the loss, although
many farm houses and ranch build-
ings were destroyed. Among the
losses is the H. A. Clark ranch, which
is completely destroyed.
Tuesday and Wednesday. March 29
and 30. Miss Mullin. 103 N. Biekford
By J. L TREVATHAN. Deputy
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine. It is taken internally and
made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney
& Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists. Price, 75c. per
Take Hall's Family Pills for Consti-
(First published February 13.) j
Notice is hereby given that in com-1
(First Published March 24.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, land of-
fice at El Reno, Oklahoma, March 22,
1905. Notice is hereby given that the
following named settler has filed
notice of his intention to make final
proof In support of his claim, and that
said proof will be made before I' S
land office at El Reno. Okla , on May
13, 1905, viz.:
HARRISON E. LONGSIDE.
of Calumet. Oklahoma, for the south-
east quarter section 25, township 12
north, range 10 west. He names the
following witnesses to prove his con-
tinuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz: Taylor E. Carlisle.
Henry Darrah, Harvey B. Clrist, Henry
Lacey, all of Calumet. Oklahoma.
FRANK C. SICKLES. Register.
(First Published March 16.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior. land j
pliance with an act of the legislature j office at El Reno. O. T., March 15, j
of the Territory of Oklahoma, to re-1 1905. Notice is hereby given that the;
gulate the traffic in intoxicating ] following named settler has filed QUAKER QUIPS.
liquors, the undersigned did, on the notice of his intention to make final j From the Philadelphia Record.
11th day of February, 1905, file his j proof In support of his claim, and that; vjrtue is its own reward bigamy
application, by petition, with the coun-! said proof will be made before Regis UUK;,t to be its own punishment,
ty clerk of Canadian county. Okla ter and Receiver of t'nited States T[,c pessimist seems to tnink that
lioma Territory, praying for license to , land office at El Reno, O T„ on Mn; llle 'ur;giu children have all grown up.
sell malt, spirituous and vinous liquors 6, 1905, viz: I The woman who sets her mind on a
at retail on lot 3, in block 102, in the JONATHAN C. CLINE, I perfect dream of a hat hates to wake
Second ward, Lake addition to the j of Minco. I. T., for the southeast quar j up.
town of Yukon, in said county and, ter of section 7, township 9 range 8 The trouble with self conscious peo-
terrltory. i west. pie is that they forg«t to forget them-
B. F. STAFFORD, Applicant. | He names the following witnesses selves.
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Hensley, T. F. The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 16, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 30, 1905, newspaper, March 30, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111492/m1/3/: accessed February 22, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.