The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 28, 1902 Page: 2 of 8
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Prof. Hick*, Ihe great weather prog-
noiiticalor w.irris lit* reader* against
severe rqulnoxlal stornn during the
the month of .September. He ,Hy" '',e
month will o|ien with warm weather,
followed by ener/etlc «torm the 2nd
and 4th, e*pe : .lly dangerous along;
the southern coast. On or about lie
11th he predicts revere electrical !
storms. 11c UJ> one of Iho danyi r
periods of the month, especially In !o- j
call ties exposed to equatorial storm*
will bo the 17th, 18th and lldh. Thin ,
storm poriod will be foil >wi d by vety •
cool nights, with frosts In some sec-
tions of the country. The la t regu-
lar storm period will bo cidtral, ex-
tending from the 22ud to the — 11', and
the month will close in reactionary
thunderstorms extending Into October
Forest flre are r acing near rturaio-
ga, Wyoming, and acting Commis-
sioner Richards, of the lund office has
ordered three addillona' special agents
to the scene of con ti igration with au-
thority to (m loy ail help needed to
cheek the IInmes.
Killed With an Axe.
James Hope, a Creek fredman, lit-
ing west of Eufaula, IT, has been
lodged in jail at Muscogee, hav.ngcon-
fossed to chopping ills wife's head oil
with an axe because sh i joined a se-
WE TELL NO SECRETS.
It is an open secret that Hunts
Lightning Oil cures everything except
broken hearts and sofienlug of the
brain. 25 and 50 cts.
The board of county comissioners
were in session yesterday passing on
the application of a number of saloon
Wino of Cardui is tho guardian
of a woman', health and happi-
ness from youth to old nge. It
helps her safely Into womanhood.
It sustains her during tho trials
of pregnancy, childbirth and
motherhood, making labor easy
and preventing flooding and mis-
carriage. U gently leads her
through tho dangerous period
known as tho change of life.
cures leucorrhooa, falling of the
womb, and mcnstruil Irregularity
in every form. It is valuablo In
every trying period of a woman's
lifo. It reinforces tho nervous
system, acts directly on tho geni-
tal organs and is tho finest tonic
for women known. Ask your
druggist for a $1.00 bottlo of
Wine of Cardui.
BateavlUe« Ala., July lljlSOO.
I am nsln* Wine ol Cardui and th d-
ford'a llhi.-k-I>rauKtit and I t**\ Uk m
different woman already. SeT" ,. v(
dies bora tap the
homes all the t me. I ^a>e three glrla
and they are
K '° '"i" Ct. 't noo* Movllcin. ComW.
It is courting danger to stand under
Brawi l« Cowparlitft.
The Leader ol #es the editor ol Ihe
KegUtei* with E. E. Brown of the d«- j
fund observer. Now wo can show a
closer analogy with the editor by
quoting history Brown thought Me-
(Juire a better candidate for delegate
to congres than Cross and consequent-
ly attempted to support him. Niblack
ha< always considered Flynn a better u IS tuulu„6
..■mdldate than any populUt. and ha- ley eaves. Not a few have learned tins
siippor.fd him gallantly. The only
difference is that Brown openly ue- t))ig care]essnes9. But there is a far
flu red for MeGuir ■ when Niblaci ( ,nore popular v*iy of courting danger.
I in' d fusion thus reasonably accom- ! Every man or woman who neglects a
.U I n.^ij I coueh is inviting sickness, and many a
plishing his purpo Guthrie Legls- fatal sickness jjas its beginning in a alight
t r ! cough. . , ,
1 ,, 1,, ,,,1,1 , ,1 (,ii 1 v have been Tlie timely use of Dr. Tierce s Golden
h Usion . Iioiild l . • j Medical Discovery will cure the cough.
knifed from the beginning, but 11 j liven when the cough is obstinate and
. , , , , . wlrntii/lei 1 in Its there is hemorrhage with emaciation and
should imo been -trtinglul in us wealcnes8) eGolden Medical Discovery"
s weakness, "Golden Medical Discovery
It bus destroyed the demo- j always helps and almost always cures,
nvi.i ti,, territory ns an ' .'i™7™«***
t ratio party in tho territory a
"I was troubled with a bad cold, which settled
on my lungs and left me with a miserable
i l... ■ fniatrwl nu couirh," writes Mr. Joseph 1). Burnt, of 31®
UPJJUll/.rtlioD, atld lias loislcu , Huestis street, Ithaca, New
' candidates, to use a pet phrase of'
Hill Cross, a lot of "gimlet headed" j
politicians on the public, who are a
1 disgrace to even the populist party.
! ro the Socialists of Canadian county:
Yo uro hereby notified to meet in
Convention on Aug. 130, 1902? at - p. m.
at tho Farmers Hotel, El Reno, O. '1'.,
for the purpose of selecting candidates
and transacting such other business as
may come before the convention.
By order Committe of Canadian Co. j
You Know >\ liat \ ou Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless
Chill Tonic because the formula it
plainly printed on every bottle show-
ing that it is simply Iron and Quinine
in a tasteless form. No cure, no pay. 50c
Hutchinson's record as County Com-
missioner from 1S92 for two terms is
all that is necessary to beat him with
any kind of a republican.
OPEN YOUR MOUTH
And swallow one. Cheatham's Laxa-
tive Chill Tablets combines all the
qualities of the best liquid chill tonics
Dose always ready. Dose always the
saint?. No cure—do pay.
Hutchinson was Commissioner dur-
ing the time that $200,000 of the peo-
ple's mouey was stolen. 11 e people
have not forgotten this, if Humphreys
STOPS THE COUGH
AndiWorks off tlic Cold.
Laxative Bromo Quinine tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, no paj .
Price 25 cents.
Mr. Hutchinson was very foolish to
let Humphreys talk him into running
for County Commissioner, in tho face
of a record which cost the taxpayers
of this county a couple of hundred
To Cure ;i Cold I" One Da\
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab-
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's sig
nattiro is ou each box.
William M. Barry, the mysterious
witness in the McMlchael inquest and
preliminary examination, was bound
over to await tho action of the grand
jury on the charge of perjury. Barry,
it will be remembered, testified in the
preliminary examination of E. 1'
Brown, publisher of the 1 imes Journal,
that there was a conspiracy to murder
McMichael. and that he had been of-
fered money by Brown to do the job
The court bound Barry over upon the
testimony of two witnesses, one to the
effect that his testimony was false and
the other that he was an escaped con
vict from the Georgia penitentiary
BaJry whs committed to jail in default
of bond fixed at $1200.
A PHYSICIAN HEALED.
Dr. Geo. Ewing, a practicing physic-
ian of Smith's Grovo, Ky., for over
thirty years, writes his personal ex-
perience with Foley's Kidney i( ure:
"For years I had been greatly bother-
ed with kidney and bladder trouble
and enlarged prostrate glaud. I used
everything known to the profession
without relief, until I commenced to
uso Foley's Kidney Cure. After tak-
ing three bottles I w is entirely reliev-
ed and cured. I prescribe it now daily
in my practice and heartily recom-
mend its use to all physicians for such
troubles. 1 have prescribed it in hun-
dreds of cases with perfect success."
C. R. Miller.
York. "I used two bottles of
your 4 Golden Medical Discov-
ery/ after which my cough
disappeared entirely. 1 can-
not recommend your medi-
cine too highly,"
Accept no substitute for
"Golden Medical Discov-
ery." There is nothing
" just as good" for dis-
eases of the stomach,
blood, and lungs. Sub-
stitution means a little
more profit to the dealer
but a loss to you.
The Common Sense
Medical Adviser, J008
large pages, in paper
covers, is sent free on
receipt of 21 one-cent
stamps to pay expense of
mailing only. ' Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf-
falo, N. Y.
Misses Mollle and Sadie Mclntire of
Geary were guests of Mrs. O. E. Ham-
ilton at this place yesterday and
today. They were enroute home from
a visit with their uncle near Hennes-
The Itcst Prescription for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Ionic. It is
simply iron and quiuine in a tasteless
form. No cure, No pay. Price 50c.
Thomas B Hovenden living seven
miles east and seven mile north of El
Reno, died yesterday of paralysis and
will be burled in the El Reno cemetery
tomorrow at 3 o'clock p.m. Deceased
was 63 years of age.
Cures Wood Poison, Cancer. I leers
Ec/ema. Etc. Treatment t ree.
If you have offensive pimples or
eruptions, ulcers on an. part of the
body, aching bones or joints, falling
hair, mucous patches, swollen glands,
sore lips, eating festering sores, sharp
gnawing pains, then you 6utTer fiom
serious blood poison or the beginnings
of deadly cancer. It is a dangerous
condition, but you may be permanently
cured by taking Botanic Blood Balm
(B. B. B.) made especially to cure the
worst blood diseases. It heals every
sore or ulcer, stops all aches and pains
and reduces all swellings. Botanic
Blood Balm cures all malignant blood
troubles, such as eczema, scabs and
scales, pimples, running sores, car-
buncles, scrofula, etc. Especially ad-
vised for all obstinate cases that have
reached the second or third stage.
Druggists $1. Trial treatment free by
writing Dr. Gillam. 213 Mitchell St.,
Atlanta Ga. Describe trouble and free
medical advice given. Medicine sent
at once prepaid.
Pure Ice Water.
Pure ice cold distilled water—5 gal
Ion for 10 cents, delivered. No charge
for containers. 1 ry five gallons once
and you will continue its use. A phone
order will bring it quickly. Phone 62.
w21tf El Reno Ice & Coal Co.
Sisters of Mercy.
lit. Rev. Theodore Meerschart,
Catholic Bishop for Oklahoma and
Indian Territories, admitted fortv
young women to the order of Sisters
of Mercy at Krebs, I. T., this week,
the largest class ever admitted in the
HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS.
Keep your liver in good condition
by using Simmons' Liver Purifier (tin
box) It corrects Constipation, cures
Indigestion. Billiousness, stops Head-
ache, gets your heart in the right
place so you can smile a' your neigh-
Young Girl Assaulted.
Charles ' Jarvis and Chai'le Smith,
two employes of Kennison's railroad
crew near Meridian on the Choctaw,
are under arrest charged with crimi-
nally assaulting the fourteen year old
daughter of S. B. Kennison.
If the stomach and bowels are free
from gaseous and sour fluid accumula-
tions and the habits regular, your
children will go through the heated
term without sickness. Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin corrects all such troub-
les by removing the obscure cause and
He Is A Thrifty Cuss.
When Greer had his "corner stone
laying" at Guthrie last week he sum-
moned all his wage-slaves to put on
their other clothes and do a super
stunt in the afternoon performance;
and, when Saturday night came he
just docked them half a day's pay.
Of course they were much pleased.
The Masonic lodge laid the stone, and
the members will certainly read with
a thrill of pride and delight the an-
nouncement by one of the Capital's
editorial staff that "that powwow was
worth hundreds of dollars in adver-
tising to the shop.'' Greer is sure a
"business man."—Asher Alturist.
Gossiping is probably the moat ar-
lutie vice practiced by women. It U
likewise the most corrupt and far-
re ichlng in the evil of its Influence.
The wi man who gossips is a social
leper. * .e is wolse. She is afflicted
with aggressive leprosy, taking end-
less pains to spread the ravages of her
disease. For it is a disease indicating
mental, physical and spiritual de-
rangemtnt. A healthy mind seeks
the truth. The mind of the gossip ig-
nores it. A woman who will take lib-
erties with the character of another
should not bo trusted with her own.
She is no respecter of eharactc r. She
knows not its worth nor its cost, else
she would reverence it. Lacking that
reverence and respect for character,
she will permit her own to slip away
when the first good opportunity pre-
Races at Oklahoma City.
Excursion rates on all railroads to
and from Oklahomi City will be made,
during the rac s there, September
9th to 12th.
Oklahoma City will give an enter-
tainment in this lino at the new Col-
cord Park that will be ful y up to the
standard of the grand circuit races.
The best horses in the land, both
trotters and runners, are engaged; in
addition to which other attractions
are provided for the entertainment of
visitors calcula'ed to atT >rd a pleasant
and profitable visit for.evary one.
Street cars to tho pirk. Balloon
ascensions, Ferris wheel, merry-go-
round, glass blowers an i all sorts of
amusements for old and joung.
QUICK RELIEF fOR ASTHMA
Foley's Honey and Tar affords im-
mediate relief to asthma sufferers in
the worst stages and if taken in time
will effect a cure. C. R Miller.
A conference committee from this
county is arranging with the demo-
crats of Kingfisher county for a dele-
gate convention to be held at Okarche
in the near future to select a candidate
from this council district.
REPENT OF YOUR SINS
And use Hunt's Lightning Oil for all
pains, Catarrah, Neuralgia, Rheuma-
tism, Cuts, Burns, Colic and Diarrhea.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money re-
funded. 25 and 50 cts.
Appendicitis among Americans is
certainly increasing and while this is
probably due to the excitement and
worrv of American business life, it
is more often directly traceable to con-
stipation, Appendicitis is caused by
extraneous matter entering the vermi-
form appendix and not by swollowing
of seeds. If the digestive organs are
kept in ferfect condUion so the food is
duly assimulated and the bowe's move
gently, at least once a day, appendici-
tis will never develope. Don't take
chances. Regular doses of Dr. Cald-
well's Syrup of Pepsin before meals
wili strengthen the organs of diges-
tion, your appetite will be good, con-
stipation disappears and you feel bet-
ter in every way. Dr. Caldwell's Sy-
rup Pepsin does not relax the bowels
by irritation, but by curing indiges-
tion, the cause of constipation. Sell
it in 50c and $1.00 bottles, under a
positive guarantee. Write for book of
testimonials to Peosin Syrup Co.,
Dept. 5. Monticeho, III.
Frank Hall, assistant United States
district attorney, returned last night
from Washington City where he has
been in the interest of townsite mat-
ters. He left on the noon train for
Many persons in this community are
suffering from kidney complaint who
could avoid fatal results by using
Foley's Kidney Cure. C. R Miller.
The Frisco railroad has expanded
four fold in five years.
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure all
diseases arising from disordered kid-
neys or bladder. C. R. Miller.
A PERILOUS LEAP.
From Pike's Peak, 14,134 feet, will not
cure softening of the brain, but a 25
cent box of Cheatham's Laxit.ve Chill
Tablets will cure chills. No cure—no
Aguiualdo threatens to come to
the United States to lecture.
Tom Bradshaw and May Price reg-
istered last night at the Mure Hotel
under the name Col. Hall and wife.
Later in the evening the police were
les by removing the ooscure cause ana | notu.ed thai Col HaHa ^ wQuld
keeps the system in perfect working | ^ ^ desirable lhaQ hia oompany.
on3or- The Colonel and his impromptu spouse
Hutchinson's friends do cot attempt were arrested and gave bond for their
to deny that the Jennings gang robbed j appearance before his honor, Satur-
Canadian county of $200,000 while day morning.
Hutchinson was serving as County; THnv atf vkt>
Commissioner and that he failed to CONSUM1 110. 1HRLA .. .
either lift his hand or his voice to "I was troubled with a hacking
prevent it. j cough for a year and 1 thought I had
' consumption", says C. Unger, 211
Foley's Kidney Cure is a medicine | Maple St., Champaign, 111. "I tried a
free from poisons and will cure any great many remedies and I was under
case of kidney disease that is not be- I the care of physicians for several
yond the reach of medicine. C, R. : months. I used one bottle of Honey
Miller, j and Tar. It cured me, and I have not
I been troubled since." C. R. Miller,
According to General A\ eston,
Chief Commissary of the Army, our S. G. Ilamphreys in speaking of his
i r,rr nvor 950 non candidates for County Commissioner
government is feeding o\er -'ou.uuu J
° ..... talks as flippantly of them as if he
Filipinos who are destitute.
Grown Too Largo
For Its Home.
The El Rer.o Business College will
occupy the entire upper story of the
Peach building after September first.
We are pleased to announce to our
friends our success in getting this
large and well suited Home. Our
rooms will be arranged for our own
especial use. They will be large, con-
venient and well lighted.
Our Penmanship Department is a
great feature. We have secured the
services of Prof. D. L. Callison, late
Principal of the Lamonia, Iowa Busi-
ness College. Call and see his Pen
Drawing and lettering. J He is the
Best Penman in the West.
Our work next year will be better
than ever before. We believe in im-
Ask for catalogue. Fall Term be-
gins September 2 Be there the first
E. V. Rakestraw, Pres.
MISTAKES ARE COSTLY.
You can make no mistake by using
Hunt's Cure for Itch, Tetter, King-
worm and Itching Piles. No sure—no
"I had diabetes in its worst form,'
writes Marion Lee of Dunreath, Ind
"I tried eight physicians without re
i carried one in each vest pocket.
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
■ | Will cure Bright's Disease.
Will cure Diabetes
l irieu uiguu pjoiviluc .v. j vv 1U uurc ijiuuetes
lief. Only three bottles of Foley s Will cure Stone in Bladdder.
Kidney Cure mad - me a well man. Will cure Kidney and Bladder Diseases
C. R. Miller. 1 C. R. Miller.
C. R. Miller.
JAMES N. ROBERSON,
Democrat Block EL RENO.
DR. A. SCOTT BRONSON,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON,
N't Hr-vr, JALONIC BLDG.
IM, m'.MU, COP. WOODSON AM) EICKFORI'
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Hensley, T. F. The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 8, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 28, 1902, newspaper, August 28, 1902; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc112297/m1/2/: accessed June 18, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.