Oklahoma Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 2, No. 9, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 23, 1892 Page: 4 of 4
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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
Entered at the pn*t nflit e at Kl H<
no, Ok. Ter..
•econd-cla mail matter
El Reno, Ok. Tek Apki
L 23, 1892.
TIME CARD—C. K. 1. & P. tt'Y.
13:18 p.m. SOUTHBOUND,
12:18 p. m
4:09 " NORTHBOUND,
W. II. Hansom came <!owa from Notice.
Wichita cm Tuesday. | Morse,will, sa.ldle und I.ri.lle k,-n
Mr. Percy Darwin returned to up on ^E qr, < f sec 20, T 15, R
Gainsville Wcsnday to remaine a few j Kin
CAR1>—V. C. & ltV,
<m> Mall & Aceoiiiim Nlat Ion
A. M. At, OKLAHOMA C1T\
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J.I ( HHISTIi:, Asrul,
Kl. RENO TICKET.
T. R. JACKSON.
GEO. F. SISSON.
FOR JUSTICE OFTHF. PEACE,
H. K. RICKKK.
FOR TRUSFKF., 1ST WARD,
S. N. HOPKINS.
FOR TRUSTEE, 2ND WARD,
J. C. Ml COMB.
FOR truhtf.k, 3rd wari),
H. C. ACUFF.
FOR TRUSTEE.4TH WARP,
J. G. THOMI'KINS.
FOR TRUSTEE, BTH WAKD,
I. F. KKLLEY.
FOU CITY MARSHAL,
' JACK MARSHAI.I..
GEO. F. SISSON.
FOI! JUSTICE OF Tlllt PKACK,
K. B. BLAKE,
FOlt TRUSTEE, 1ST WARI),
C. W. BEERS,
EOR TRUSTER, 2ND WAKD,
A. W. HARDTAVER,
l'OR TRUSTEE, iiltl) WARD,
H. C. LYKTH,
EOR TRUSTEE, l l ll WARD,
FOR TRTKTEE. I)TH WARD,
J. s. KERFOOT, Sr.
—A fine lino of Key West andHav"
ana Cigars at W. J. Sombart & Co.
Mrs. Sutherland and daughter
Miss May succeeded in securing a tics as sheriff of that county,
good claim in the late run.
—At I.adda' you will timl a full line
of fresh gurden seed in bulk. No
nglisher CO. C. and A. land. Own 0 J. _ __ O '
;ir staple and hney Graenes
Tom Lemons starts for I) county
tomorrow to take up his official du-
The sont4i west Sec. 31. Tj>.
31. H.7. will make Mr. Michel 1 a
—Go to Ladds* and buy your fceed
in hulk. You can gee double the
umount for the same money.
Mrs. M. E. Brown, of Newton,
Kans., secured an excellent claim
eighteen miles from El Reno.
For all kinds of Tobnccoes pipes
and cigars call at the Canadian Cigar
('■ i's. itie.
—Hightower has the finest Early
Rose seed potatoes to be found in
Hawkeye Condition Powders arc
the best for stock of all kinds. Sold
and warranted by A. F. Masterman.
Smith ft Williamson keep the
only pure leaf lard to be had in the
—Red and White clover, Alfalfa,
Red Top blue grass, Orchard grass
and Timothy seed at I.adds'
I). D. Leah, city editor of the
Wichita Eagle, has been giving that
paper some pointers from this sec
Rumors of trouble between the
Kansas and Texas boomers are heard
but no definite report has been had
from counties II and G where it is
said to have occurred.
If you want glass of any color or
y si/e see Sombart at the new
brick drug store.
The Ackerman Hardware & Fur
niture Co. are building large storage
sheds this week.
The Fair Lumber (Jo., arc busy
putting in their immense stock of
lumber in their new yards on West
The Misses Lillie and Amee Wat-
son of Gutherio are this week the
guests of Mrs. C. J. Stevens.
fck city marsh ai
for city clerk
G. F. SISSON.
for justice of tiik peace
J. F. MoGRATH.
for trustee 1st ward.
C. W. BEERS.
for trustee 2nd ward.
A. W. IlARDTAYKR,
for trustee 3rd ward.
H. C. LYKTII.
for truster 4th wari>,
M. L. STANLEY,
for truster 5th ward,
JNO. S. KEUFOOT, SR.
M. M.KKRFOOT, Chuirman.
J> V. Moi l I T J . Clerk.
Two special bargains in real estate
to parties who will build substantial
—E. C. Yt jii ^ & Co. can supply you
with fence posts in any quantity.
Call and see them.
Mr. J. W. Buckles a young attorny
from Harper Kansas came down to
look over this city with a view to lo-
cating in the practice of law this
We have the best photographer in
the territory at El Reno. Everybody
knows him and his work speaks for
C. H. Hobart carries an immence
stock of Hour feed and grain and coal.
He buyes by the car load and sells
The law firm of Smedley & Spitzer
have dissolved partnership by mutu-
al consent. This was a strong firm.
Mr. Smedley will be found at the old
place and Mr. Spitzer will office in
one of the brick buildings on Rock
Is your hair falling out or turning
gray? Try Beggs' Hair renewer.
It acts like magic. Sold and war-
ranted by A. F. Mastennan.
Sec'y of State Martin and Attorny
General Drown came over from
Guthrie to see the excitement on
The Ackerman Hardware and
Furniture Co., have just received a
car load of the celebrated Studebak-
er wagons. See M. L. Stanley,
W. J. Sombart is having his win-
dows nicely trimed in Cathedral
tyle which adds much to the spleded
appearence of that popular trading
Provisions, flour( Canned fruits etc.. etc.
Greenn and dried Fruits of nil kinds.
Highest price paid j or Country Produce.
First i oois south of IIockaday's Hardware Store.
h is is
II. A. Huskies Canadian county's
choice for Delegation to the Chicago
convention was in the city Wends-
lay. Mr. Iiastins is one of leading
democrats of this section.
%Abby & r,o. are erecting a store
building on Bickfort street just north
f Wades street. They will handle
—See W. J. Sombart all who love
to smoke a good cigar. He keeps
only the best as you will bo convin-
ced 011 trying them.
E. C. Young & Co. have put in a
car laad of sash, doors, mouldings,
pickets, and screen doors. If yon
want something nice and cheap go
and see them, they have anything
-E. C. Young & Co. have a few
more Implements to sell below cost.
Also see their stock of lumber before
notice of application.
Notice Is hereby givecu that N. A. McLean
has filed his application with the County Clerk
of Canadian bounty, Oklahoma Territory, for
a license to sell malt and splrltous liquors at
retail In the town of Reno Cily,Canadian county
Oklahoma Territory, and that if there be no ob-
jections entered prior to the next regular meet-
ing of the Hoard of county commissioners of
said county, license will be granted us asked
• City. Ok. Ter.,
April, ictli. 1802.
Notice of Application,
Small paper this week. Our force
l«as joined the boomers.
Fresh Oysters and fisli at Smitli &
"Ike" has bought an ox team and
will farm this season.
Go to Smith & Williamson
How do you like the notnnees for
Fresh fish and oysters «t Smith &
Nearly every business man in El-
Reno took a claim last Tuesday.
Three tons of pure fresh lord at
Smith and VVilliatnson's market.
Caddo lots are
—Farmers if you want Deere's Weir
impliments or Buckeye mowers call
on J. W. Hughes the pioneer hard-
ware man of Kl Reno. He carries a
large stock and will give you low
Weather prophets all say we are
to have a season of tornadoes. Pre-
pare lor them by going to Parker S
Smith and take out a Tornado policy
on your buildings.
Dark, yellow, greasy skin is a
symptom of disordered Kidneys and
Liver, and unless treated promptly
may result "in dangerous disease.
One bottle of Beggs' purifier will
entirely remove the cause and leave
the skin clear and transparent. Sold
and warranted by A. F. Masterman
W. H. MoCoriniek arrived with
four exdenenced workmen on Tues-
day and is now busy arranging to
start operations on tho city water
works. His experiments so far fur
water both as to the quantity and
quality are very satisfactory.
S. \\ . Allen has a new Schubert
Piano for sale at the postollice, look
at it. The finest finish and sweet-
est toned instrument manufactured
in the I'nited States. *
A beautiful head of hair is the
pride of woman. Any person can
obtain this by using Beggs' Hair
Kenewer. Sold and warranted by
A. F. Mastennan.
Rev. (). I'. Light united in the ho
ly bonds of matrimony, Mr. Frank
I!. Evans of Mudville, Ark.,and M ss
I'.vda M. Sutton of HI Reno. The
marriage tonk place at tho bride's
father's in this city Saturday the rtolms ">-'"lllst a .luther
: I o Jand, Will file the same In the Probate court 01
NEW YORK BARGAIN HOUSE
Southwest Cobnkb of Wade & Choctaw,
t is one of a system 0/3,000 similar institutions, operated in the United
States and is controlled by C. B. Rouss, of New York City. The
Supply is derived from Manufacturers, fodders. Importers,
Bankrupt Sales and small crowded out Manufacturers to
whom Mr. Rouss advances a low percentage afiot'e
the net cost of their goods. This stock
DrylG-oods,'Notions, -'Ladies an&Gent's
II hilc our stobk is not large, a consignment of new goods reach us every fciv
days. '1 he prices these goods are sold at cannot be duplicated by anyone un-
let.* sold at a sacrifice. Not afraid of our own goods. Deal where you can
get the most for the least. Strictly SPOI CASH and ONE PRICE to all.
Very Truly Yours,, Joseph Esser.
THE T. M RiGliarcison
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Paper,
We carry the largest and best selected stock in the
City. Don't fail to see us before buying.
Cor. Woodson «fc Evans. J. N. Lund, Agt.
Dr. J. M Patterson
Physician and Druggist,
Prescriptions carefully compounded day or night.
RIekford avenue, near Woodson street. F.I Meno, Ok.
J. S. & A. L. Nicholson,
Ei. Reno, Oklahoma.
Office opposite Hughes' Hardware Store, upstairs.
J. W. Maney,
County Surveyor of Canadian county, axdClty
Englneer of Kl lteno.
Architect and Superintendent,
S. W Corner Woodson and Rock Island St.,
EL RENO. OKLAHOMA.
John I. Dille
BOOMS 6, 7, <& 8 BRICK BLOCK
Cor Rock Island^ Woodson Streets
EL RENO, OKLA.
J. O. Sanclercook,
Physician and Surgeon,
Enquire at Caddo Hotel, K! Reno, Ok.
14. S. SMEDLEY.
j. H. PITZER.
practice before all the coubti
General Land Office.
Office on North Rock Island Avenue.
El Reno, Oklahoma.
C. 0. Brown ivill drill
your wells in the City for
20cts per foot. Makes a
sprcalty of removing quick
C. H. CARSWELL. H.A.SMITH.
Carswell & Smith,
A TTORNE VS A7 I. A JP.
L RENO. OKLAHOMA.
Choctaw Avenue, Opposite Commercial Hotel.
Fread & Fulton,
Woodson Avenue, El lteno Oklahoma.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION.
Notice Is hereby given that M. M. Snelson
has filed his application with the county clerk
of canadian county, Oklahoma Territory, for a
license to sell malt and splrltous liquors at re-
tall in the town of Frisco, Canadian county, Ter-
ritory of oklahoma,and if therebe no objections
entered prior to the next eegular meeting of the
board of county cetnmlssloners of said county,
license will be granted as asked for.
El Reno. O. T„ April 23rd I' 92.
NOTICF OF APPLICATION.
el reno collection agency.
J. P- McGratli.
Justice of the IYae
Spocial attention jfiven to collect-1
ing accounts and prompt returns
—-A-lso Agent For—
Liverpool, London St Globe, and the Connectl
cut Fire insurance Companies.
Emera E. Wilson,
A TTORNE Y AT LA IV,
Practices before all the courts of the Terr.
OFFICE IN COURT HOUSE
El Reno, Oklahoma,
Severy & Baxter,
A TTORNE YSAT LA If,
Will practice in all courts of the territory. Office
on Woodson street, between Runk Island Hick-
ford, F.I Reno. Oklahoma.
1\ El. Dowell.
— -Manufacturer and Repairer of——
Spring Wagons, Carriages, &c.
Plow work made to order. Horse-shoeing and general black-
ALL U'OHIs GUARANTEE
Davidson & Gase,
Retail Dealers in
Lumber, Liith, Shingles and Factory Slack of all Kinds.
Odil Work ti Spccia'tij.
J. G. Tompkins. Manager.
G M HUGKLES,
^laple i Fancv Groceries, Provisions, Flour, Meats.
Cunnod Cirecn:& Fruits
OF ALL KINDS.
Highr L r>rices paid for country produce.
Ht "'COR NORTH OF POST OFFICE.
Repairing a Specialty!
For the cure of
LIOUOR & OPIUM HABITS
Call on or Address
the keeley institute of
Oklahoma City, O. T.
Piles! Piles!! Pii.es
Notice Is heieby given Hint J. i). Herbert ha
filed his application with tlie county clerk! Try Beggs' famous German Salve,
of canadian rounty. Oklahoma, Territory, tor a It relieves at once. Sold and war-
licence to .tell mult inul spiritcus llquumtti if! ranted bv A. F. Masterman.
In the town of Okorche. canadian county, Okla 1
homa Territory, and iiiat itHhmv !„. j Call on S AV. Keller when
tions entered prior to the next regular meeting
of the Hoard of commissioners of said county,
license * ill be granted as asked for.
Kl lteno, Ok. Ter..
March, 21, lM)-\
Win. H. RILEY.
Contractor <fc Builder.
Estimates furnished on all Brick
Stone and Wood work.
W. L. FLA GG.
P 1 u 111 b i n G
Oflice on Wade Street.
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA
Practical Plumber, Steam & Gas Fitter,
Pump ltepairlng. Solicits Your Work.
B. K. Williams
Hen. F. Turner.
Lime, Hair, Plaster and Cement,
SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS.
Call and see me and I am sure I will satisfy
you on prices and quality.
coitNEK op Ei, Reno,
EVANS AVE. AND HAYS ST. OKLAHOMA.
NOTICE or PUBLICATION.
In the Probate court, in and for Canadian
•ounty. Territory of Oklahoma.
In re Fstate of
John A. Sutherland, deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that Mrs. Mary A.
Sutherland, the widow of the deceased, was 01
January 1 , A P. iw, appointed executrix ol
the will of the said John A. Sutherland.
Notice la also given tliat all parties whohav
10th at 3 p. 111.
I^fufegibts say it is a pleasure to
sell Beggs* Family Mediciner, as
every bottle i* warranted for all that
tlu? label calls for, mj our customers
, , ( *re perfectly safe t hi buying them.
J ry a sack of tliat Robust Patent ^()1'1 an«l warranted by A. F. Mas-
Flour, sold only by Hightower. 'terman-
' n the inarkej
at from 25cts. to * 1.00 per lot.
want \our sewing machines repaired
gasoline stoves cleaned. North
Bickfort Ave. Ki Reno, Oklahoma.
13eggs* Little Giants
are the most effectual pill on the mar-
ket. Safe, sure and certain. Sold
and warranted by A. F. Masterman.
li. D. Wood went to County II.
for a claim the first of the week.
— Ladd is agent for planters, seed
drills and cultivators.
Everybody had the fastest horse
on last Tuesday,
uy your Early Rose
Seed potatoes at Iliglitower's.
It cost only $2.00 buss fare out to
the Roomers camps Tuesday morn-
l*red\ an Ness is undoubtedly the
happisst man in town. When the
thousands were making the rush 011
last Tuesday, Fred was at homo try-
ing to think what to name it. It's a
girl and the many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. A an Xess wish them much joy
in rearing their first treasure.
or before June 20, HWi; and If not filed at thai
time, said claims will he forever barred.
Notice Is further given, that on the 13, day ol
July 1892, the executrix of the above named «•*
tate. will make final settlement and make ap
plication for her discharge from Raid truut.
KINK l'LAVING GAUDS.
Atty's at Law.
PRACTICE BEFORE ALL THE
Special attention given to cases before the
U. 8. Land Office.
ltOQMS. 7, 8 and 9 First National Bank B'ld'g
Oklahoma Citv, O. T.
At.to 11 lion!
II. P. Shinier the Special
Agent, of the Choctaw Coal
<t Railway Co., has been an-
— Karly Ohio. Early Rose, Heauty
of Hebron seed potatoes at Ladds'.
For pure, home rendered leaf lard
go to Smith & Williamson.
Heck & Ruble manufacture the +1,^,,• ,.,1 u . r iv i> n
m £-, ... . ltliorizeaby .1. 1). Bradley,
JJ ioeent Havana filler. Try it.
Send (10) ten cents in stamps or -J"8t received c r °f. f'"e K"]> ! Manager, to dispose of a few
, . „ , 1 Rose seed potatoes at Hightower s.
coin to John Sebastian, Gen'l Tkt I
ami Pass. Ag't Chicago, liocK !> ATTENTION BOOMERS!
i.asd & Pacific Rv., Chicago, iii.,
fur a pack of the latent, smoothest, ' s;">nlpy '">s 1 load of
slieWrst playing cards you cvt r saw.
■lust tho thing for Hiffh Five parties.
For <)or. postal note will send you
saddle and driving horses «t sale
cheap for cash. Call and see ther
M. L. Staxi.ev.
choice lots in the city of El
Reno. Call and we him at
his office in Democrat bull-
REAL ESTATE AGEN
Writes Pension papers, Makes final proofs, Takes acknowledgements,
Furnishes plans and specifications for buildings Etc.
Office in court house, El Reno, Oklahoma.
Real Estate & Relty Agent,
W.Vbstracts Furnished on ^pplieatiop.
Fisrt door north of Stock Exchange Bank Bickford ave.
El TCkno, Oklahoma.
HE CARRIES TIIE FOLLOWING BRANDS,
SELECT HOP. BOHEMIAN, EXPORT.
BEST TONIO and STANDARD LAGER.
Agent For KINGFISHER ICE.
h>m:y to loan
—On deeded claims or to those who
wish to commute. Also on good
chattel security. County warrants
bought. Rkown & ])k Lana on
THE POLICE GAZETTE
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liiK news. No saloon Keeper, HHrt>er or Hub
Uooin affonl to lie without It. It always
makes friends wherever it goes.
Mailed toony udbresn in the United States,
securely wrapped, 13 weeks for *1.25.
Send Five Cents for snmpl* eopv.
RICHARD K FOX
Franklin square. newyorkcity
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