The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 16, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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W e > t o f Honebrake
REMEMBER ALL THIS When \'ou Want a Farm Loan:
siMfc frank MEYER.' a***™.
West of Bonebrake
Local and Personal
From Thursday's Pally
L Rardln came over from Oklahoma
City this morning.
J. C. Johnson. of Sedalta. Missouri,
in in the city today.
Nick Hansen, of I'nion C t> Is *
county seat visitor today
A girl never likes a man to hug her
If anybody Is Koine to know about It
A girl can like most any man un
less her parents want her to marry
A Disastrous Calamity.
It Is a disastrous calamity when you
lose your health, because indigestion
and constipation have sapped it away
Prompt relief can be had in Or King's
New Life Pills. They build up your di-
gestive organs, and cure headache
dizziness, colic, constipation, etc.
Guaranteed at C. H. Miller Co's drug
A good way not to get excited Is
not to try to explain to your wife what
you are going to vote for.
Miss Mary Lawson went to Waton-
ga this morning to attend the district
convention of Christian Epdeavorers.
Prof. John L. Rice, principal of the
Piedmont schools. Is In this city today
enroute to the Chickasaw Nation, to
Inspect his bunch of cattle.
A woman has faith that a man can
protect her from burglars, but knows
nothing on earth can from mice.
D. M. Fees, a prominent farmer of
Union township, came up this morn-
ing to claim the premium awarded
last week for the best load of yellow
Counterfeiting the Genuine
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and Luna;
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations have been
offered for the genuine. Ask for Fol-
ey's Honey and Tar and refuse any
substitute offered as no other prepara-
tion will give the same satisfaction.
It is a mildly laxative. It contains no
opiates and is the safest for children
and delicate persons. C. R. Miller &
Co., and Morse's Drug & Jewelry Co.
Milton L. Nicodemus and Miss Jes-
sie McComas. both of Yukon, were
united in marriage, yesterday after-
noon, by Judge Phelps.
Notice to Policy Holders
Will holders of policies in the New
York Life and New York Mutual Life
Insurance companies, please communi-
cate with the undersigned and learn
something to their advantage. R. S.
Trulock. 195 6t.
In Time of Peace
In the first months of the Russia-
Japan War we had a striking example
of the necessity for preparation and
the early advantage of those who, so
to speak, "have shingled their roois
in dry weather." The virtue of prepar-
ation has made history and given 10
us our greatest men. The individual
as well as the nation should be pre
pared for any emergency. Are you
prepared to successfully combat first
cold you take? A cold can be cured
much more quickly when treated as
Boon as it has been contracted and be-
fore it has become settled In the sys-
tem. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
famous for its cures of colds and it
should be kept at hand ready for in-
stant use. For sale by all druggists.
Mrs Edna IliUtroni. of Okar. hr, I*
visiting K1 Heno friends
John Murphy I* transacting busi-
ness in Oklahoma City today
Mr and Mrs C M Buckles went to
Oklahoma Ctt> this aftertux*
The really rner> man can't do work
unless he either has a kM of people to
watch him. or an assistant
Sam F Wood lard, represents:-.*, of
the American Central Insurance com
pany. Is spending the day in the .".ty
Men Past Sixty In Danger
More than half of mankind over six
ty years of age suffer from kidney and
bladder disorder*, usually enlargement
of prostate gland. This is both paiu-
ful and dangerous, and Foley's Kidney-
Cure should be taken at the first sign
of danger, as it corrects irregularities
and has cured many old men of this
disease. Mr Rodney Burnett. Rock
Port. Mo., writes. "1 suffered with en-
larged prostate gland and kidney
trouble for years and after taking two
bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure I feel
better than 1 have for years although
1 am now 91 years old." For sale by
C. R Miller and Morse s Drug & Jew
Police Judge Nichols is in Oklaho-
ma city this afternoon, giving the
courts of that town pointers on the
way to snatch sinners bald-headed. j
From Friday's l a!h
I. C Van Ness went to OkkfeMMI
City this morn nc
C \V Meers Is looking after bun .
n<*s matters in Aline ti d**
Regular meeting of the Woman*'j
Relief Corps. Saturday afternoon at
o'clock at the Red Men's hall
\ l>o\ supper will be given tonight ^
at the Whitlook school house, Am'
miles south snd three miles west of,
Kl Reno All an' cordially Invited to]
Kat and make merry, but beware ot
evil consequences if you ha\e a weak j
stomach. Bettor prevent possible
trouble by a dose of Or Caldwell s
Syrup Pepsin after an extra heavy
meal. It helps to digest your food and
carries away all waste matter. Sure
cure for headache and constipation.
Sold by All druggists at 50c and $1.
Money back if it fails.
l'he attendance al the meeting of
the Commercial club, last night, was
small, and partly owing to the Illness
of President Van Ness, little busi-
ness was transacted.
. , ,.rge l.alng of Kingfisher, Is an
Kl Reno visitor today.
Senator John P- Hlckam, of Perkins
was a visitor In the city today.
Judge and Mrs. James lleauehamp,
of Enid, are hero to attend the Irwin
Dr Hatchett returned this morning
from Minco where he was sum-
moned last night, on professional
business. His patient, Mrs. J. A. Al-
bright. formerly of this county, is very
A notice was posted on the Rock Is-
land depot a few days ago. signed by
A C MeCall, superintendent, in-
structing all engineers on the Oklaho-
ma division to take water at Darling-
ton instead of El Reno.
Do not. by neglect, allow yourself to
become critically ill, as you may very
easily do by not nipping the very early
symptoms of stomach or liver trouble
in the bud. There is only one safe,
scientific and certain curative treat-
ment for all these disorders of the di-
gestive organs, and that Is Dr. Cald-
well's (laxative) Syrup Pepsin. Try
it. Sold by all druggists at 50c and $1.
Money back if it fails.
Miss Inez Jackson and sister. Mrs.
Earl (ialtier. will leave, Sunday, for
Fort Stanton. New Mexico, for the
benefit or Mrs. Gainer's health.
Hon. Frank E. Gillette, judge of the
Seventh district and wife are here to-
day and will attend the Irwin recep-
Judge Irwin came up from Mangum
this afternoon, lie will return to the
Greer county capital next Sunday to
Science Pitted Against Disease
is a battle typified by that of Dr. Cald-
well's (laxative) Syrup Pepsin, against
all disorders of stomach, liver, and
bowels. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
contains all the best modern know-
ledge on the subject of these diseases
and their cure, scientifically combined
by a master at the game of health,
viz: Dr. W. 13. Caldwell, after many
years devoted to special investigation
of this great subject. Its wonderful
success In the quick and permanent
cure of all these distressing diseases,
has made its name, all over the coun-
try, synonymous with health. Try it.
Sold by all druggists at 50c and $1.
Money back if it fails.
R. S. Trulock went to Oklahoma
City this afternoon, and will attend
the theater there tonight.
R. S. Trulock returned from Okla-
homa City this morning. He brought .
with him a Mexican Angora Poodle
puppy, which he thinks he can soon
teach to read and speak several lan-
Last night Deputy Sheriff Hackett
arrested two men on Rock Island aven
lie. who were here with three horses
and a mule which are thought to have
been stolen. The men gave t.heir
name as Hamilton and Nievas and
claim to live near Mountain View.
Complaints were sworn to this after- i
noon charging the men with bringing j
stolen property Into the territory.
The officers claim to know that one
of the horses was stolen and that they
have an accurate description of the
T. J. Stewart is out at Sayre today,
looking after his business interests.
Mrs. S E. Yoder and daughter, Miss
Lela, and son, John, left this afternoon
for a visit of two months with
relatives and friends in Eldon and
This is to certify that all druggists '
are authorized to refund your money
if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to
cure your cough and cold. It stops the
cough and heals the lungs. Prevents
pneumonia and will cure incipient
consumption. Contains no opiates and j
is safest for children. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar and insist upon having
it. Stops the cough and heals the
lungs. C. R. Miller & Co., and Morse's .
Drug and Jewelry Co.
E. J. Simpson, president of the Ca-
nadian County Editorial association,
will soon call a meeting of the mem-
bers to arrange for the entertainment
of the Wisconsin Editorial association
upon the occasion of the visit of the!
editors to El Reno, November 30th. j
T B. Rice and sons and making ar-1
rangements to dip a bunch of cattle
which they have been pasturing in the j
Indian Territory, near Minco, prepara-
tory to bringing them to their dairy-
farm east of El Reno. The law pro-
hibits bringing cattle into Oklahoma,
from Indian Territory, at any time,
without first dipping them. Mr. Rice
will establish a dipping plant of his
From Saturday's Dally.
H. I. Church was in town this morn-
ing enroute to his farm near Clinton.
A. W. Johnson is maKing extensive
improvements in his home premises
on Miles avenue.
J. W. Freeborn made a business trip
to Hennessey this morning.
George Baker and Joe Abbott each
received by express, a greyhound
puppy from the famous kennels at
New Richland. Minnesota. The pups
are supposed to be very swift, and
will doubtless figure prominently in
W. L. Hiatt, cattle inspector, went
to Clinton this morning to inspect a
lot of cattle. Before returning he will
visit Southwestern Oklahoma and in-
spect several herds which are to be
driven across the quarantine line and
fed north of the line. The open season
in which cattle can be driven across
the line began on November 1st, but
cattle must be inspected before being
brought into the "safe" region.
SherifT Ozmun went to Shawnee this
morning, to attend the meeting of the
Sheriff's Association, of which he is
A reliable medicine and one that
should always be kept in the house
for immediate use is Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It will prevent the
attack if given as soon as the child be-
comes hoarse, or even after the croupy
cough appears. For sale by all drug-
Bill Joy. a prosperous farmer of Wal
nut township, is a county seat visitor
A mule belonging to E. A. Baker,
who lives just south of Canadian coun-
ty, was stolen Thursday night. Mr.
Maker was at the sheriff's office this
morning, enlisting aid in the capture
of the thief. The mule is four years
old, black. 14V6 hands high, and
weighs 900 pounds.
Work is now going forward on the
Canadian county bridge at Tedda, and
hopes of Its early completion are now
being expressed by the builders. The
work of erecting the upper structure
will soon begin and the work will
then progress very rapidly.—Minco
FOR RENT—A " and 4 room house
close In. See J. N'. Mltchem tit<1195.
Mr. and Mrs. John Craine, of Altoo-
na, Pennsylvania, are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Brady. They have
been prospecting in Weatherford,
Kingfisher, El Reno and other western
towns. They will leave tomorrow and
stop off at Omaha on their way to
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Lowe re-
turned yesterday from Alabama where
Mr. Lowe completed a two year's
course in the undertaking and furni-
ture business. Mr. Lowe likes the
push and enterprise of the west bet-
ter than ever.
Police Office Mitchell today brought
in a train crew of three men, who are
charged with obstructing the Watts
street crossing. They gave bond for
their appearance for trial, Tuesday
morning at 9 o'clock.
Albert Krumm is now employed at
the Kimmell store in this city. He is
an old employe of this firm, having
worked in the store during the year
1901, when he was transferred to the
El Reno store. Mr. Krumm bears
the distinction of being one of the best
posted hardware men in the territory.
He speaks German and is a good all-
| round man. and holds the position of
salesman with the establishment here
He has many former acquaintances
here whom he would be pleased to
Hon. J. L. Leidig, of Shawnee, was
in the city this morning.
You may well be terrified when you
first suspect that you are a victim of
chronic dyspepsia, liver or bowel
trouble. These diseases go from bad
to worse, unless checked in time by
the only safe and sure laxative medi
cine for dyspepsia that you can get.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Sold by
all druggists at 50c and $1. Money
back if it fails.
E. H Llnzee, a former resident of Kl
Reno, is here from Hobart, visiting F.
11. Wright and other friends. Mr. Lin-
zee is engaged in the grain business
WANTED—By Chicago wholesale
I and mail order house, assistant mana-
i ger (man or woman) for this county
' and adjoining territory. Salary $20
and expenses paid weekly; expense
money advanced work pleasant; po-
sition permanent. No investment or
experience required. Write at once
for full particulars and enclose self-
addressed envelop. COOPER & CO.,
1.12 Lake St., Chicago, 111. 197, 12t.
A. C. Carpenter, who had lived for
several years at Clinton, has returned
to El Reno, and now occupies the
lower story of his residence on North
Evans avenue. Rev. Moody and fam-
ily will live on the second floor of the
"I Thank the Lord!"
cried Hanah Plant, of Little Rock. Ark.
• for the relief I got from Bucklen's
Arnica Salve. It cured my fearful run-
ning sores, which nothing else would
heal, and from which I had suffered
for five years." It Is a marvelous
healer for cuts, burns and wounds.
Guaranteed at C. R. Miller & Co's
drug store; 25c.
Mrs. J. O. Truitt and daughter, and
Mrs. Jensen and Mrs. Hicks are spend-
ing the day in Oklahoma City.
J. E. Nissley, of the El Reno Cream-
ery company, came in last night from
Mr. and Mrs. S. Clute, and Mr. and
Mrs. V. D. Tinkelpaugh, returned last
night from a visit at the Standard-
LeVan camp, fifteen miles southwest
of the city.
M. T. Curtiss came over from Ok-
lahoma City last night, to inspect his
branch hide and fur house here. J.
N. Mitchem has charge of the business
in this city.
j Charley Palmer, an old-timer in El
i Reno, returned to Oklahoma City this
! morning, after a few days spent in
'quail shooting in this county. Char-
' ley is now engaged in business in Ok-
lahoma City and is doing well.
j C. B. Campbell, one of the oldest in-
I habitants of this section, says that
| this may be a hard winter. He says
j that every twenty years we are due
i to have a hard winter, or several of
them in succession. The winter of
1885-6 was a very severe one, and if
Mr. Campbell's rule holds good this
winter will be severe.—Minco Min-
From Monday's Daily.
Judge Irwin went to Mangum yes-
terday to hold court.
A. E. Saxey is attending to business
affairs in Bridgeport today.
Frederick Warde tonight in the au-
ditorium of the Carnegie library.
A. S. Layton went to Ponca City this
morning, with the plans for a new
Judge Amos Ewing, of Kingfisher,
and Pawhuska, was a Sunday visitor
In El Reno.
R. D. Jones is looking for the mis-
creants who stole twenty-six chickens
from the Joi>es hen house Saturday
Stubborn Coughs and Colds
Emil LeGrande went to Shawnee
this morning, to spend a week or two
on his farm near that place.
The heavy rain of Saturday after-
noon and evening was of great benefit
to the growing wheat crop. Reports
show that it extended over a large por-
tion of the country.
The plate glass for the windows of
the new home of the El Reno Mercan-
tile company is being placed in posi-
tion today. One of the large panes of
glass was slightly broken while being
handled this morning, and will have
to be replaced as soon as another
The reception and mtisicaU to he
given on Friday night by Judge and
Mrs. C. F. Irwin, in honor of the-twen-
ty-fifth anniversary of their marriage,
will he given in the present Elk's
Home, instead of in the new Elks'
building, as contemplated, as the new
building is not yet ready for occupan
Obstinate racking coughs that settle on the lungs and may develop into Pneumonia over night are quickly cured by
It soothes and heals the inflamed air passages, stops the cough, heals and strengthens the lungs. FOLEY S
HONEY AND TAR contains no opiates or other harmful drugs, and is safest for children and delicate people.
Remember the name- FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR-and insist upon having the genuine, as no other remedy
is so safe or as certain in results.
J. F. McGrath has returned from the
east where he spent a vacation of a
month, from business cares. His
health is much improved by the out-
I Glenn Connolly, of Lavilia, Iowa, is
here visiting his parents, at 611 S.
Ellison avenue. Glenn is Wabash rail-
way aeent in his home town.
Mrs. R. F. Prettyman is visiting
friends in Mountain View.
Given Up to Die With Croup.
Mrs. P. 1. Cordier, of Mannington, Ky., writes: "My three-year
old girl had a severe case of croup; the doctor said she could not live
and I gave her up to die. I went to the store and got a bottle of
Foley's Honey and Tar. The first dose gave quick relief and
saved her life."
Editor Cured of Lung Trouble.
W. L. Straub, Editor of St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times, writes:
"When coming across the bay from Port Tampa I got wet and caught a
cold that affected my throat and lungs. I neglected it, thinking I would
soon recover, but I kept getting worse, until I bought a bottle of Foley's
lloney anil Tar, and it cured me completely."
The Fish Brothers Wagon Co's goods
will hereafter be sold in El Reno. The
Western Sales company have been
made their agents here. z
The stone coping is being placed in
position on the El Reno Mercantile
company's new home today. The
company will move into the building
Three sizes— 25c, 50c, $1 00. TV<- V) cent size contains two and one-half times as much as the small size and the
almost si* times as much. Refuse Substitutes.
SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY
C. R. Wilier and IWorse<; Druff. and
.IpwpIi*v r.nmna nv
A train of flat cars, leaded with cot-
ton, arrived at the compress this morn
ing from the west. The cars contain-
ed more than twelve hundred bales
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Hensley, T. F. The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 16, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 9, 1905, newspaper, November 9, 1905; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc111524/m1/2/: accessed February 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.