Oklahoma Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 52, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 20, 1892 Page: 4 of 8
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Hlature" ar*. txpc-ting -i call 1 a
tpecial si -sHin.
Tho ci vonti in of Repvi! ' ; in
lomge Olnl at Oklahoma <
i6tb just m.ist hav to *
republicans it hnrd pill to a all •>.
TI.i' -whit; ra-li" \u-il nf i
wmnewhat in the majuriaty, buttltcn
ioniul out tlu'v hud in full o uktrul
of the ship.
We lire duly ri i-iving sid ril
ers from all section* of the t i.it«• 1
States. P,v | !c everywhere are an.\
inu8 to luirii of tli' ailviint. i>-■ 1
resources of the groat ( lie* • un i
Arapli >«("■■ . in '
tie thrown open to settlemunt. Wi
< an say to ti:- people 111■ \ uhl i
here liy March 15, asth< ountry II
J. I. Dille, of Guthrie h -no.'
his position as Register i'ti I :
Office at (jutl.-ie--au l m i t.pled ti
attorney-',ip • r Ihi " i i. I; II
R. Mr, Iiillt -Aili ; , i i• h
quarters here, ami K! Reno may fei i
pruiiil in " i urin^ Jin 'i an able lit \
yer. The li i< 1 11ni i . 'i
tend to in.i 1;< i.'l Heiio the i •: iin
portaut railroad t. wnin the u".iutr;
In fact, she i- that alreai'v.
ft is estimated that ono tlio ■ i,id
strangers nix- in the n o. rv
Kile i ■
larjjo ' -uflicit-nt to a.-.
all these people in priyw ahaji ;n i
more hotel aro in demand. A
live large hotels are iieeiled to j_'i\i
this accommodation. W hope to
see at least one more hotel out m at
once. A lira class lion .• of 1 .
hundred rooms wouldpii) rijri.tf-
In the appointment of Jiin;v liur-
ford to fill the vacem-y exii no in
the 2nd judiei.il di-tr i. wo I 'ieve
tin- President mad. no oalf. ,u
■Tliou,!: a i publican Mi irl I
undoubtedly coiripcl.uit and will
make the second di: trict a f: ;tl
Jud^e. The people of El i
worked Mini for his :i| it:,
and Oklahoma City did all i.\
could to refii« him, lie n.jt, \
comes highly en lolled. Wo vi-.li
him aucri'S? in s new f Id of litl< >r.
The first anniver rv I of ti
El Reno Lodge Nn. II K. of I', w is
given at the com' house last even-
ing. The hall was ,rti tit-ally dec-
orated and niceh urraflj d in < r\
particular. Mimic \\-:i fnrti lied l>\
the fifth Calvary orchestra of Port
Reno. Notwithslandiiu lis' im loiu
encv of the w eather fifty couple par-
ticipated in the occasion. Supper
was served at the Caddo in loyal
style and all in all it was probably
ouo of the most enjoyable select
affairs of the kind over git, n in ; li-
The oldest and nmoni die stronj
est and most substantial banld'
institutions in Canadian countr is
the bank of El Reno. Its pr sident
S. Vi'. Saw\ er tamo t . I i i : > ,
May, HIth 1^' ; fulluu: i:
inp of tho territory and : ti.: n-
comodation liefor- the bank
tablished, w hich was Ime Sej 1 I,
of the une t ir. 'i
has always been a favor:',Ie ■; o of
deposit by the merchsntsol the cU
recoguizinif it;: a safe do; \
This bank has- a. .capital i : .
f10,000.00 which 'i
onshort time at a r rat if
interest. Their in and exchan:
business is imply enormous Tie ,
handii eityreal est: ■ and can >„ w
you some fine property which
Tho marriffe lono looked f ir '.r
tween Squire J. F. McGrath . i
Miss Mary M. i srni am, !>
city took place at tho pnlacial resi-
dence of S. W. Sawyer Tu
evening. There were present
about 50 invited guests, friends and
relatives of the contracting parties,
who wore seemingly bent on making
the occasion one of plea ire to „|]
concerned.: KJ. I„ Dyke,of tin
Baptistchurch |i<d the knr- r i,
that evert the >" : lire eould n
it. Manyeiai orate nd r< :•
eritswere received. I' i ii
National * onunil' Yht ouDlic
being rtvrt' ntt : v Mr, ami Mrs,
Bi*K*r • •« ! . Mr. and
Mr<, St.' : . of Kinjrfislicr, Dr. and
Mr;., KiiU, "i unty *,B," M'r. (i i-
dard and Mifcw Kelso, of Canadian,
Prof. Halle* k, <4 ) gan, no busin >
of jjubi • i tij.rtnri< m : tratv ;>c ted.
T'< pen] * mi; Ii hamp'-p'd ) }
lack cif fum' i >r n« < • •-..ury <*xj>om ^
and il it h po 1 ible for the trnitorj
to mako a rrcditnble dihpla., the)
On the 4:'. wit the oklahoma Cilj
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VN'e well refr ibtr that only a fov,
bag a tt*i i| ' liuy rc • dent of this < ify
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and their v; I il • • i\. itic-•, l.<
than half the nutnber of ordinaiitav
I- M in tax • I i' i
City has a deb of about *$0,(300.
Wo know of s rnie of th< > croakor
who an. bu \ tiyinj rob lu-o t
purchasers of projKTty oat of what
thrown « f ti. lark ami <1 > i: i
srheme«. little fespfttt Avould the
peoj Ui have for the a.
Cm mission-ei.- Puoc'F.aoi n\;
l ob. 11th 1 S(J2. The board f
county cotnmi^iom-r- met pur: i nt
to rod ' > of Jan^Ot,. All lucmbers
present and ulidwtnl tb<? llowing
bills < 0. " >M'ne • « firtiii-
ate • . fordo - • vite ,-up
-74.9O: A. C. Bell . r\*i' s as ( e
of election Chus. Coleman v. j
ft am lip. I'oard tlnm took r< .•■
0 rte.•-- ol the nth. All memb
pre.ent anti all... il ti. J.iliow
i^. I). Wt il clothing fop ; o ier
K. Jams certi'.ca o
indebti ne , Geo. Ci 1'
witn •• n jhe Proba1' urt v i0
A. J. S! arpe < • rtifn '0 f ji,.i
dne>> ^ . sq ; A.J. Sharp: w s
ccrt 'n at • ^56.60: W. II. l i>
printing i2Gl.(H); li. S. >meib
copy ofdolinquent t ix w rant 1 - • •
Board took reec until next da>
Feb. ]■'.:! . Board met pursuant t
reees^, Vddin non and lirown pre •
ent and allowed the following bills.
F. G. Sutton witn< s-i certifi < <V
Parker S. Smith witm it \ l'. (S
the board amended the record relat-
ing to the roadpetitiouoi R. C. .M
ton to read as follow . R d ]'• tit
01 R, ( . Morton and other-., rran
and road ordered established, lioan
Honorable Board of county Onitui *
is a true account of th* proeee<Jli •-
T>. I). Davidson,
Owinjr to the ine'vjnty of
weather on the 0th inst., no q\ n
an adjournment was had to Saturday,
in the welfare of the party • ur-
gently requested to be present.
D. D. Da,V
No rockey msttrc
Ml liune ' sroods tnadc by h.inebt
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iindinff March 1st
Trio Followino Goods will be InGludeci
IN THIS SALI
NOTICK OF l't'BLh VHO.v
T«Tiit«.rv t r Oklali 'iutt, ■
(\.i:;t<u ill t ' ill;
In Mm lUstrtet court in and f<- r kv.<\ m*\
Ladies. Childrens and Misses, OLcAKS.
Men's, Ladies and Childrens, Wool-
?nhose. Men's and Boys'clo-
thing. bl nk i's a: c
VI n" ■ U.. \ 7 Flannel OVEHSHIRTS.
Childrens, Ladies and Men's Un-
L'ERWE IR. FACINATORS, ETC.
CAN I'OI'T FT.ANNfiLS AS LOW
.>0 '. . .. rEh YARD.
RICHARD K. FOX
Franklin square. hew yc ; city
, „ an 'r'iin ST _ I' • j ■-1 \ S. A ^ood 50 inch
C ' 1 iii' 1 - an. 11 ol Um induced prices, to.
i 'arpcts and Oil-Cloths, Valises and Trunks,
Constantly on Hand.
111. >i.ji 1 : ibi :;i!; i to i' Ln • .hi. ?ti. k of WINTKIt 00< > preparitoj-y to moving iu our new Brick;
> /" "'n- •; r ^v^Ti/ripwrm
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VvTo carry the largest stock In Western Oklahoma, both
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WE PAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
located their depot. It waj .1 b-
built atthe foot of Kvans iivcnuc on
Ft!.'; >.K i. )' 1 .' I . pdl
i\ • i" >>4i luiiut t:a supply ot
All Kinds of M(
DBY SALT, SMOKED MEAT, BREAKFAST BACON and HAMS.
C. D. V " IvFOO :, 1; is a tire control of this Department.
T':;uikhj:' our many Onstuittf.-r. for favmv <lurlnj; tii« past yt an-1 asking a continuation c>£ the t-;nnt*
We Beg to Remain,
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Oklahoma Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 1, No. 52, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 20, 1892, newspaper, February 20, 1892; El Reno, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc159618/m1/4/: accessed June 25, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.