The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 16, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 11, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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JURY COULD NOT AGREE.
make the passage into the North sea
There is also reason to believe that
Prosecution Does Not Seriously Object Nebogatoff first approached the straits
to Bail Being Allowed, Provided Sunda. but finding them too well
It is Placed at From $10,000 guarded put about and headed north
to $20,000. 'or the straits of Malacca. his division
larking the protection of fast cruisers
New Tork. May 5— No steps were and being at a great disadvantage in
takeo yesterday toward having Nan meeting torpedo attack?
Patterson released on bail. It being The admiralty expresses much prat-
agreed by her counsel and her father ideation at the fact that Admiral \ebo-
tbat. even though bail were possible J potaff has successfully reached the
at once. It would be better for the! China sea but appreciates that the
girl to remain quietly in the Tombs
for a rest after the ordeal she under-
went the night before. During the
day alarming reports were circulated
as to Miss Patterson's condition, but
H was stated at the Tombs that Miss
Patterson's condition is practically
tiormal She shows the effects of her
trial, but Is far from a rial break
down She spent a large part of yes
Terday sleeping in tier pell, being
thoroughly exhausted from her long
vigil and the nervous strain of Wed-
Miss Patterson's lawyers today will
endeavor to reach an agreement with
the district attorney's office as to the
amount of ball their client shall be re-
required to give. Tlicy hope the sum
will be a nominal one, but say they
are ready to furnish a bondsman for
any amount within reason. District
Attorney Jerome was out of the city
There is much speculation as to
what course the district attorney will
pursue with reference to the trial of
J. Morgan Smith and his wife on the
charge of conspiracy, and what effect
the testimony adduced at their hearing
anight have upon a possible fourth
trial for Miss Patterson. No definite
statement has been made on tht> sub-
Although In a state bordering on
complete collapse when she went to
particularly vulnerable to a swift ad-
versary especially as the crews of his
ships have not had the training in
maneuvering or the target practice
which Admiral Rojestvensky's crews
had while off the Island of Madagascar
and the anxiety here will only be com-
pletely relieved when it Is known that
a Junction has been effected.
The Russ today announces that Cap-
tain C'lado has been made a staff cap-
tain. Clado was admiral Rojestven-
sky's chief tactician until the North
S«a incident He recently was appoint-
ed to special service In connection
with vessels navigating rivers In the
theatre of war.
You cannot have good health un
lens your kidneys are sound, for the
kidneys filter the blood of impurities
which otherwise act as irritating
poisons and break down the delicate
organs of the body and cause serious
trouble. If you have kidney or blad- j
der trouble and do not use Foley s
Kidney Cure, you will have only your-
self to blame for results, as It posi-
tively cures all forms of kidney and
bladder diseases. Sold by C. R.
Miller ti Co, Morse Urug 4c Jewelry
Cyclene at Arapahoe.
A cyclone is reported as passing
•ver Arapahoe yesterday at 11:10, do-
ing considerable damage to crops and
A farm house belonging to Louis
llobler was blown down. It was in-
sured in the Paruers Mutual for 1225
Juggling With Dynamite.
Is no more dangerous than to neg
lect kidney disorders, Foley's Kid
ney Cure corrects irregularities and
has cured many severe cases after
other treatment has failed. It builds
up the worn out tissues and restores
health and vigor. "I was troubled
with kidney complaint for about two
years," writes A. H. Davis of Mt.
Sterling, Iowa. "But two bottles of
Foley's Kidney Cure effected a per-
manent cure. Stild by C. R. Miller
& Co., Morse Drug & Jewelry Co.
WHOLESALE GROCERY BURN8.
her cell early yesterday after the
jury had been discharged, Miss Pat-
terson soon was quieted and slept
peacefully through the night. When
a deputy warden making his rounds
at y o'clock yesterday morning report-
ed at the cell occupied by Miss Patter-
son and her sister, Nan was sleeping
heavily. At the side of the couch
knelt her sister, Mrs. Smith, who was
also asleep with one arm thrown on
the pillow on which Miss Patterson's
head lay. The deputy warden car-
ried with him eleven letters addressed
to Miss Patterson. He left them at
the cell door and did not disturb eiMier
of the women.
About this time a crowd began to
Rather in the streets around the Tombs
awaiting possible developments which
(night make It neceesary for Miss Pat-
terson to once more cross the bridge
between the prison and the court
Abraham bevy, counsel for Miss
"I will apply for Nan Patterson to
be admitted to a nominal hail at once.
The disagreement is equal to an ac-
quittal as far as her liberty is con-
cerned. It may be that the district
attorney will apply to have her ad-
mitted to bail. If he does not then
1 will take the steps. She never will |
be placed on trial again. Of this I ;
am certain. I am disappointed that |
she was not acquitted."
It was said at the district attorney's I
office that the prosecution would not i
oppose the release of Nan Patterson j
«u bail provided the sum was fixed
at from $10,000 to $20,000. It is ex-
pected that Recorder GofT will be in
his office today and it Is possible that
Miss Patterson may be released be-
Julius Goklstone. one of the jurors,
collapsed at his home today from ner-
vous prostration. The strain of the
long night session of the jury com-
pletely exhausted him.
Albany, N. Y„ May 5.—District At-
torney Jerome, who has been here
since Wednesday looking after cer-
tain legislation said that the vote of
the jury in the case of Nan Patterson
would determine to a large degree his
decision whether to put her on trial
•gain for the murder of Caesar Young
If the jury was preponderantly against
ber he might try her again; if the
majority was in her favor he might
consent to her release.
i Million Loss on Stock
Building at St. Joseph.
St. Joseph. Mo., May 6.—The Rob-
erts-Parker Wholesale Grocery com-
pany's building was completely de-
stroyed by tiiv at 6 o'clock yesterday
evening. The loss is estimated at
$500,000 on stock and building.
A Good Suggestion.
Mr. C. B. Wainwright of Lemon
City, Fla„ has written the manufac-
turers that much better results are
obtained from the use of Chamber-
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
remedy in cases of pain in the stom-
ach, colic and cholera morbus by tak-
ing it in water as hot as can be drank.
That when taken in this way the ef-
fect is d«nble in rapidity. "It seems
to get in the right spot instantly," he
says. For sale by all druggists.
TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT.
That is, Unless it Can be
Several Miles Nearer.
FRED W. BUCK, M. D., M. E.t
Next professional visit to El Reno
Kerfoot Hotel, Wednenday May 24.
All chronic diseases and Hernia suc-
cessfully treated by latest methods.
Brought Home office 203 W Second street, Ok-
El Reno State Bank : <
Capitil Stock 125.000. Surplus $2,000.
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.
G. W. Hellan.y,
F. H, Wrighi
I A lUt.hctt,
(' \! Bu- kle-
A (■ M-i.ger
< ieo. W. H Mouch,
I). P K tiardM.il,
J. A. Hatchett, Pret
G. W. Bellamy, Vice- Pres.
A. T. March, Ass't. Cashier
Canadian County Mill
and Elevator Co.
L D Partcb. who was in town yes- jt8 c08t. Many who have used „
terday evening, states that a surveying h„pjng on|y for a short relief from
<t<w was at work yesterday, four suffering have been happily surprised
miles east and three miles north of I fln<1 inai after awhile the relief be-
1*1 no They claimed to be survey- rame permanent. Mrs. V. H Leg-
ing for a railroad which Is to be built gett of Yum Yum, Tennessee V S
from Oklahoma City to Kingfisher. If A write8: i am a grf>at m„eTeT
a toad is to be built that near to El fr0m rheumatism, all over from head
Reno, the people here should see to it to foot, and Chamberlain s Pain Balm
that it builds Into this city.
is the only thing that will relieve the
pain." For sale by all druggists.
The Richest Man in the World.
The richest man in the world can-
not have his kidneys replaced nor
live without them, so it is important
not to neglect these organs. If
Foley's Kidney Cure is taken at the
first sign of danger, the symptoms
will disappear and your health will be
restored, as it strengthens and builds
up these organs as nothing else will.
Oscar Bowman, Lebanon, Ky„ writes:
1 have used Foley's Kidney Cure and
take great pleasure in stating it cur-
ed me permanently of kidney disease,
which certainly would have cost me
my life." Sold by C. R. Miller & Co.,
Morse Drug & Jewelry Co., adv.
Will Be an Oklahoma County.
Guthrie, May ti.—Delegate Bird S.
McGuIre stated that he expects the
allotment of the Osage Indian lands
within a few months. Before Okla
homa is a state the Osage country
will be a county of Oklahoma,and the
citizens will have a right to participate
in the convention at which a consti-
tution is adopted.
El Reno, Oklahoma.
The case of Morgan vs. Cordry was
up in the probate court this morning
It related to a title to a quarter section
of land In this county. The case was
continued for proper service of sum-
Territory vs. George E. Stone charg-
ed with unlawful}- setting fire to prai-
rie last October. The prosecuting wit-
ness, Mrs. Farnham says the fire de-
stroyed her pasture of 40 acres also
sundry fence posts.
ROJESTVENSKY GOES SOUTH.
Nebogatoff May be Cut to Pieces by
( the Japanese Before Rojestven-
sky Reinforces Him With
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the
"1 have been using Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and want to say it is
the best cough medicine I have ever
taken," says Geo. L. Chubb, a mer-
chant of Harlan, Mich. There is no
question about its being the best, as
it will cure a cough or cold in less
time than any other treatment. It
should always be kept in the house
ready for instant use, for a cold can
be cured in much less time when
promptly treated. For sale by all
Female Footpad Holds Up Man Near
Ardmore, I. T., May 6.—John Stump,
a resilient of the Choctaw nation, was
held up and robbed of a considerable
sum of money. A woman afterward
arrested admitted that she Committed
the crime. A part of the money was
St. Petersburg, May 6.—Admiral Ro-
jestvensky, according to a high naval
authority, has sailed south to meet
the division of the Russian second Pa-
cific squadron, commanded by Admi-
ral Nebogatoff The admiralty has in-
formation that a Japanese division of
fast cruisers and torpedo boat destroy-
ers was sent south for the purpose, if
possible of crippling or destroying Ne-
bogatofT's ships before they could ef-
fect a junction with those of Rojest-
venBky and there is reason to believe
that the Japanese took up a position In
the straights of Sunda, through which
Nebogatoff, originally intended to
Do Not Be Imposed Upon.
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 Hon-
ey and Tar many imitations are offer-
ed for the genuine. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse any sub-
stitute ofTered 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.
Two thousand deputy sheriffs have
been sworn in to do the Cossack act,
in the Chicago strike. We are be-
coming Russianized in our municipal
Cleared for Action.
When tne body is cleared for action,
by Dr. King's New Life Pills, you can
tell it by the bloom of health on the
cheeks; the brightness of the eyes;
the firmness of the flesh and muscles;
the buoyancy of the mind. Try them.
At C. R. Miller & Co.'s drug store.
25 cents. adv.
„, . QUAKER QUIPS.
Circulars have been scattered an
nouncing that a meeting will be held Fr°m ,he philailelPhia Record: .
in El Reno on Saturday. May 2«th. The OIliy Way some peop!e can eet
under the auspices of the American
Society of Equity. Able speakers
The First National Bank
El Feno Oklahoma.
Capital and Surplus $60,000
We Solicit Your Business
H. C. Bradford, President W H. Criley, Vice President.
T. J. Stewart, Vice President L. A. Wilson, Cashier
Earl Beebe Asst. Cashier.
A WORTHY OBJECT.
Society With an Aim to Better
Condition of the Farmers.
will be here, and the farmers and their
families are urged to attend. The
object of the Society of Equity is ex-
plained to be to secure good home
markets for all farm products, and
do all in its power for the advance-
ment of the farming classes on the
road to wealth and prosperity.
along together is to live apart.
The collector merely indulges in a
fad. except in the case of the bill col-
Many a would-be financier has been
"done in oil" who never had his por-
The modern warrior's fame lasts no
longer than the magazine articles
written about him.
Saved By Dynamite.
Sometimes a flaming city is saved
by dynamiting a space that the fire
can t cross. Sometimes, a cough
hangs on so long, you feel as if noth-
ing but dynamite would cure it. Z.
T. Gray, of Calhoun, Ga., writes:
"My wife had a very aggravated j
cough, which kept her awake nights, j
Two physicians could not help her;
Terrific Race With Death.
"Death was fast approaching,"
| "writes Ralph F. Fernandez, of Tampa
i Fla., describing his fearful race with
; death, "as a result of liver trouble
and heart disease, which had robbed
me of sleep and of all interest in life.
I had tried many different doctors and
several medicines, but got no benefit
until I began to use Electric Bitters.
ON MAY 17TH, !
Will be 20 per cent off on all iron
Beds and dressers.
We carry an immense stock of up
to date furniture, Carpets, Mattings,
and Linoleums, and Window Shades
and Picture Moulding.
j Winningham Bros.
Il07 17. RiokFordl
n. ■ x- i So wonderful was their effect, that
so she took Dr. Kings New Discovery . .
fnr u j !ln three days 1 felt like a new man,
for consumption, coughs and colds,
which eased her cough, gave her
sleep, and finally cured her." Strictly
scientific cure for bronchitis and la
grippe. At C. R. Miller & Co.'s drug
store, price 50c and $1.00; guaranteed.
Trial bottle free.
and today I am cured of all my trou-
bles." Guaranteed at C. R. Miller &
Co.'s drug store; price 50^ adv.
HUNDREDS ARE THERE.
MORE STOCK ISSUED.
Union Pacific Voted One Hundred
Million Dollars Yesterday.
Homeseekers Flacking t* Big Pasture
Salt Lake City, May 6.—At the spec-
cial meeting of stockholders of the
Union Pacific railroad company held
yesterday in Salt Lake City, the pro-
position to issue 1100,000,000 of pre-
ferred stock was approved by the
unanimous vote of the holders of 657,-
61 shares of preferred stock^nd 1,-
118,027 shares of common stock. The
total outstanding preferred stock is
1,000.000 and 1.961,787 shares of com-
Judge W. D. Cornish of New York
vice president of the Harriman sys-
tem held proxies for ail of the stock
represented at yesterday's meeting
with the exception of 81 shares. Jos.
F. Smith, head of the Mormon church
and who is di eetor of the L'nion Pa-
cific, voted one share. The remaining
Lawton, O. T . May 6.—Hundreds of
homeseekers and prospectors are now
flocking to the Kiowa-Comanche coun-
try, to select leases of the pasture
lands soon to be opened for agricultu-
ral purposes. Major Randlett the In-
dian agent at Anadarko, stated yester-
day that the 26.000 acres of grazing
lands in the northeast portion of Com-
anche county will also be opened to
farmers. The objections by Indians
have been withdrawn through the in-
fluence of the agent.
A Creeping Death.
Blood poison creeps up towards the
heart, causing death. J. E. Stearns,
Belle Plaine, Minn., writes that a
friend dreadfully injured his ha-nd,
which swelled up like blood poison-
ing. Bucklen's Arnica Salve drew
out the poison, healed the wound, and
saved 'his life. Best in the world for
80 shares were voted by two SaltLake I bllrns aD<1 sores' 25c at C' R M1I,er
City newspaper men who held proxies & Co's dnlB alore' adv'
for the local stockholders. Not one
word of protest against the issue of
new preferred stock was heard at the
meeting, nor was any explanation of-
fered for the proposed issue.
Why Suffer From Rhoumatism?
Why suffer from rheumatism when
one application of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm will relive the pain? The
quick relief which this liniment af-
fords makes rest and sleep possible,
Doing the Business.
The St. Louis, El Reno & Western
is doing a good business in the freight
line these days. Thirteen car loads
of coal and nine car loads of merchan-
dise were hauled over the road Mon-
The merchants have lost half of
their trade by early closing. The
farmers wont stand for the short hour
and that alone is worth many times day.
IFARMERS BIG LUNCH!
! At the Royal Bar \
IFREE-Wednesday, May 17.--FREE!
!John Kossuth, Prop'r. Corner Russel and Bickford!
JOHN W. DIX
that is kept
in a 1st-CL.ass
FROM HERETO THERE.
We can't sing you the song, but are
able to provide you with tickets to
California, between March first and
May fifteenth, for $25.00, which is
really not any more than a good song
is worth. We can also send you to
Washington, Oregon, and other Pacific
northwest territory, for a correspond-
ingly low price.
C. W. STRAIN, D. P. A.,
EL RENO, OKLh f .j
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