El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 31, 1898 Page: 3 of 8
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OUR CLEVELAND OFFICIALS.
They're goin' just as Adam went.
Perdition wise, with speed hell bent.
That we know 1
We're pleased to find, deseents are greased,
And slipperiest slips with slips increased.
And the hottest hot of Tartarus heats
(rrow hotter hot : for these dead heats,J
Where they go!
They're gone—and God be praised, they're done;
Nor can they find in earth or sun.
A new horizon :
They're deadest dead and coldest soil.
Decayed and damned, their mortal coil
Makes graves heave with a stomach rack.
As if the corpse was ipecac.
Or deadliest pi'zen !
Our gain is some world's utter loss.
These viper gifts our Cleveland lioss
(iave from bis spewin'!
Are only good when dead and damned.
With bellgates closed and grave s()ll rammed.
That ressurrection day may go.
St ill leaving them uncalled. Itelow,
In endless stewin'!
C. W. Southward.
Hides, Furs. Pells, Tallow.
Kr. Rkxo, Oklahoma
Dr. R. WILSON,
<A graduate of the Haiti more Dental college
(Resident : Dentist.
Office In Itiloiik'k & Kerfoot block
Pffi" DENTISTS —
I'ndcrtakrs the mosi eitrrme casrv of Hold
| tilling, noted for staying qualities
i A fine selection of Kukltoh and American teetli
tlie most natural and life like, rhnllt'i>KiD(Com-
parison, in adaptation and finish, from a single
rool to a full set. Worthless teeth and roots
extracted without pain (absolutely) by the use
of nitrous o\lde fas, ether or chloroform if so
desireil All work warranted.
M« M \S'| Kit's (; I liny.
Wealth Lies in Her Wheat and
No successful farmer uses poor seed.
One may stive a few pennies by using
common cheap seed, but it is the very
pooresl kind of economy.
The undersigned tried an experiment
this summer, near Darlington, which
ought to benefit every farmer in Okla-
homa. They cultivated and picked
about 100 acres of I.on'i; stmm.k Cot-
ton, the White Moon Improved and
Cook's Improved. Where conditions
were favorable this went over a hale
i'o the acre. They sent samples away
to be classified, and reports just re-
ceived from them say this cotton is
worth from H to 2 cents per pound more
than ordinary cotton.
The staple is from 1J to 1-J inches in
length, and is very fine and white.
They have this seed for sale, as fol-
low-: White Moon Improved, Long
Staple, per bushel $1.00; Cook's Im-
proved, Long Staple, per bushel $1.2.>.
Address all orders to
WKT.I.MAN .V SHERMAN,
El Keno, Okla.
Reference to any of the banks or mer-
chants of El lleno. tf.
KV'This is the only I .o g Staple cot-
ton seed in Oklahoma fan be had at
Laed's seed store.
Railroad Time Tables.
<;oi\i; north. Passenger.
No. 2. daily (:00 a. m.
No. 4, daily i-xccpt Sunday 5:2.) i>. m
No. (Ft i. daily except Sun. 0:00 a. m.
GOlNc SOUTH. Passenger.
No. 1. daily 12:.I5 a. m.
No. M, daily • xcept Snnday 10:15 a. in
No. 31 (Ft . daiiy* xccptSun. 5:25 p.m.
Tickets on sale for all points and bag-
gage checked through.
II. T. Catlin, Agt.
choctaw, oklahom \ It gt'lf r ^ .
Leave K1 Heno going east 0:40 a m.
" " " " 5:35 p m.
Arrive " from " lu:t)5 "
" '• " " 10:10 a. m.
For rates and other information apply
to .1. F. Hoi-den. Tr. Mgr.. south M«-
Alestei, 1. T. tF.. HOLBROOK, Agt.
Tlirnujrli passencer tniln It'iiving El Reno
:il l>:40 II. in nil) kt r,m Meet ion :il StUltll M'"-
\!r~trt witli tin- Kiity I'lyei fin si l ouis
iiiid points east, and with south bound
Flyer" for Texas points.
Always List Your Property With
Jensen, Meyer & Go.,
rrsskll street, kl. reno.
And NEVER BUY until voufirstsee
them. They have bargains in city and
farm property. Call, or write to them.
J. S. & A. L. Nicholson
Office over First Xal'l Hank. Ki Keno.
R. B. FORREST.
FL RENO, OKLAAOMA.
— "The Staff of Life." -
We buy and sell exclusively for cash, and we do posi-
tively, plainly and above-board, pay without fear of con-
diction that we can and will pell you Groceries and Pro-
visions cheaper than the cheapest and discount any price-
list in the citv. sorm niCKix>Rr> aye. el reso.
H.T. Smith, Pronidont.
,1. T. Pahsons. n let' Pros-.
Otto A. SnrTTEK, t'ushler.
i' I. Fvcjt.f. t Cashier.
Citizens State Bank.
^.1 I 1(1 NO, OKI AIIO M A
CAPITAL o STOCK o SftyR.OOO.OO.
Prompt attention prlven to all business entrusted to us.
COITECTIONS A SPECIALTY.
DIRECTORS. T. I'aksiin-j II,'' Al l i f. I! K, Townmmi, i'.I, Km i.I',
—■ CiKll W. Ill I.I.AMY, O. A. Sni'TTKB, II T. SMITH
We have just opened onr new store, and will aim to carry the largest and
most complete line of Farm Machinery. Wagons, Carriages and Harness ever
brought to F1 Heno. Come and examine stock, we will gladly welcome you.
Room Vo, 7.
I\ riffle 1 Inildini/.
EL RENO, OK. TER,
Dr. J. A. HATCHETT,
Ojfiia bore Kerf oat's Store.
Residenee Cor. Hood soil St.
and Itarl.ev Ire.
liEXO, OKI. .1 IIOMA.
M K & T Time Table
The Choctaw trains connect with the
No. 1 Leaves St Louis at H:3t) a. m.,
arrives at South McAlester at
8:20 a. m.
No. r> Leaves St. Louis at p. m .
arrives at South McAlester at
No. 2 Leaves South McAlester at 7:20
p. m,, and arrives at St. Louis
at Ii p. m.
no need for a large standing army No. 11 Leaves South McAlester at '? p.
in., and arrives al St Louis at
An increase of the standing army is
what the plutocrats have been seeking
for many years. I'mler cover of threat-
ened war w ith Sp:iin they are attempt-
ing to accomplish their object. We
hut we do have need for a great navy.
Let the people be on their guard and
not be caught napping while the money
power is throwing around itself protec-
tion. through the national treasury,
from the wrath of those they are plun-
dering, -Silver Knight.
A Scotch Verdict.
The board appointed by Uarnes to in-
vestigate Hosenbaum, our late sheeney
adjutant-general, nt an expenses of $100
a day to the territory, completed its
labors last Friday. The verdict, as
everyone expected, was in substance,
"Guilty, but not proven."
Immediately after llie report Uov.
Uarncs asked for ltosle's resignation
which was promptly tendered.
:MN a. m.
United States Officials.
i President William MeKinley
Vice President Garrett A. Hobart
1 Secretary of State John Phertnna
Secretary of War Kussel A Alvrer
Postmaster General. James A. Gary
•ieeretary of tin* Treasury Lyman J tJn^e
Attorney General Joseph McKenna
ret ai'y of t he Na vy
A prim It lire
>hn I > I.onp
orneliu^ N. HIi-->-
The executive committee of the ( an-
iidian County V. 1\ s <'. E. I'nion will
meet at Mathewsun h hool house, April
;ird, at 3 o'clock, to arrange a program
and make preparations for the coming
convention to be held May • and 8, at
fairview school house. Every presi-
dent should he present and bring with
him one or two more questions for dis-
cussion. (j. s. Drown, Pres.
(thai i ('()MSTOCK, Sec'v.
Tommy Can we play at keeping
store in here, tratna?
Mama (who has the headache)- N e^:
but you must he very, very quiet.
Tommy All right: we'll pretend we
don't advertise.— London Truth.
Governor M. Bami"-
Secretary * Ti J. Lowe
Attorney General llar|i« i s. Cunningham
Assistant Attorm y (Jeneral K«>y Holfniati
II S. Attorney < aleh l Itrooks
U S. Marshal". Pat Naple
Chief Justice Frank Dale
i Henry W Scott
1 A. tJ! ' Dieter
elate lilstli ea . i,,,,. l Me \i«e
' .1 no. < I'h rsney
Prol,'ttt.e Judue. \\ 1! Ibown; Treasurer
Neal Brans; ( lerk J. K. Stone; Sheriff
I >1. Cannon : AI torne.v. c. II ' a f-wi-l I: Hep
Ister "f heeds, lefl Potter: Huperintendent
II. II. Kelhipp: Survi'vor P. (i. ('nioiiundrq;
C« nirni--ionei<, J . K'. Wilson. II II \ asev and
W. II Ihiteiilnson: Coroner, N W Perry
Mayor. Uobt riiekinper: city «'ler' K M
Hep er: City Attorney. ( L.Crum: Police
Judpe, It W, Peery: ' 'ity Treasurer. < has
Rnple: Councilrnen, I-t Ward, I h. Allen,
Jolin P. Kern: :ind Ward, M. Marny, I' A
Kant; ltd Ward, J. S. Parsons, c A. Crockett
4th Ward. W. .1 Montrief.J W. Hughes
chief of Police, John Hudspeth: heputv
Charley Justin Fire Chief, Jacob S hweizer.
Tliis paper has two good Washing
j to hand presses, two good imposing
I stones, chases and other material for
sale cheap fo nash. We always carry
The Kiowa and Comanche n-serva- f„n line of printers'stationery v. hich
tions. embracing 2.(KK),(KHi ncres of land we can save you money on if your order
has been leased bj the 1 governini-nt to ; ai'i ompiinied by cash.
a cattle syndicate for one year. I lie a nice new line of gentlemen - neek-
price ranges from Ii to 10 cepts per acre. ,jes linij gutin, the newest designs
Ooyernor Baroe* appointed J. C. solera. f°r "a^e at Fair.
North, of Northville, this county, as Ladieu and children's underwear
one of the representatives to the Trans-1 cents per garment, up. at, th^
Mississippi Exposition at Omaha. j j.'aip.
C. J. BOGARDUS.
Musical Instruments and Supplies.
First door south of postoffiee. Kl Reno.
St. Louis & San Francisco R. R.
l'lie direct through ear route to points
in southwest Missouri, southern Kan-
sas. Arkansas, Indian territory and
Tilt-most direct loutetoSt. I.ouisand
the east. I)imblr dally vestibilled trains
Free reclining chair car-: observation
and drawing loom sleepers: Harvey
dining hull Ask your nearest ticket
auent for full particulars, or write
t; 10. r \ i<'noi.so x.
Cen'l Pass. Agt.. St. Louis. Me
C. KIMMELL, Mgr.
!•:. HI'MCHREV. vw.
K. I>. HUMPHRKV, SKC'v AMD TREAS
- THE -
er for the fol-
Ilighest market price jiaitl for nil kinds of grain. Ask your |
lowing brands of Hour if you want the best:
KL RRNO -H10ST. MISTLKTOK. WIGWAM.
Kv l.itr<]esf Will hi)/ and Elcriitor i'lant in Oklahoma.
lan(t ck: ( ti kgling,
The Merchant Tailors.
\Yc liavt- jut5! rect'ivt'd a (ilie. new line of Spring Goods.
Suits from £1S,00 11 j . l'jints from $5.00 up. North oj'
First. Nsitionn 1 Hank, Woodson Street. Kl Heno, Oklahoma.
ST. LOUIS and
st. paul and North.
chicago ami £a$t,
black hills, washington,
Kansas City to St, Louis.
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THAT IS KEPT
IN A 1ST-CI.ASS
Free Chair Cars, Dinine; Cars,
l. J. bricker, T. P A.. - KANSAS CITY, MO
howard elliott QEN'L MGR., ST. JOSEPH, MO
k. w wa k ele V , OEN L PASS R AQT ST. LOUIS, MO
Ndtlfft i^ hcrfhy jrlrcn that in rompliamT
with Jin Art "f t h«* IcffislHtiir#' (ti OUI?ih< rna
terriiory, I' N I'nuls^ri h«^ hl< pe-
tition with tin* 'otinfy rlffrk < f Canaflian
/•onntv, iri :i'd f ••rritnry, pmviriy t in- ounty
to frsint him h- r" ! at wiiolesah
l>^f r ii fid malt liquors in tht flty of K!
Reno, in said count/ and territory
f. K Stonf., < o ' l«ri
First pnh March I*. 1*W
EL RENO. OKLA
| The Evans
Laundry - -
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lli'il for and Dellv<
Telephone No. 58.
Cor. Woodson & Choctaw.
. HENO, : : OK. TEH.
GROCERIES, FLOUR AND FEED,
AM P B A G H ,
IH run's ohl Stand. Errrfithhifi \etr, I rish and Cheap. Tr/f Mr.
The MOST marvelous
thing in the Music line
We teach by mail und
1 — guarantee results. Try
it' From fifty cents to ten dollars Chord play ing HI 00. Note reading $1.00.
Sip h t reading of l<r\s.".0< Maying in note W) to $10.00. Grammar Shadow-
grnjih f><' Ask your new^dcul* i for \ddi*ehs 41rainmrr'n Jfovtna! School,
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Hensley, T. F. El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 9, No. 11, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 31, 1898, newspaper, March 31, 1898; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc139921/m1/3/: accessed November 18, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.