The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, June 9, 1893 Page: 3 of 6
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To the People of El Reno and Vicinity:
We will be in shape to supply the trade with Dry Goods. Ecots. Shoes. Groceries and Drugs by June 1st. 1893
WILL BE COMPLETE IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENTS.
Goods fresh, new and tasty and our prices defy competition. Come and see us. we want your trade and will treat you well.
SMITH & SMITH.
: - opera house block. El Reno, O. t.
gTRAW HATS! STRAW HATg
Do ijoii need one
LOOK AT OURS K? £r
Straw Mats we're talking about.
THE KM. WRIGHT BEE HIVE. (
TRAW HATS! STRAW HAT*
THE EL RENO DEMOCRAT
published every friday.
Entered at the post office at Kl llcno Ter.
second-class mail matter.
El Reno, Ok. Ter., June 9,189*i.
If you contemplate a visit to the
World's fair, put $5 a day in your pock-
et for current and necessary expenses.
More if you expect to revel in any of
The brick and stone work on the new
hotel will soon be complete up to the
first story. It is an imposing structure
and when complete will be one of the
finest in the country.
Springs & Scales,
liiekford and Russell Sis.,
El Rkno, - Oklahoma.
Talk up the county fair.
Get a hat to please at Mrs. Wood's.
The country seems to be in the midst
of a panic.
Money loaned fin improved real
J. A. Caldwell is happy over the
arrival of a bouncing new girl at his
house, born June 6th. Dr. Kelso was
the attending physician. The mother
and child are doing well.
The president gave the Canadian
county politicians to understand that
he did not need their services, and the
farmers will teach them the same
lesson at the next election.
estate by Parker S. Smith.
The democrat has for sale a first-
class Washington hand press.
Test the purchasing power of $1.00
at the R. M. Wright Bee Hive.
O. H. Travers, it is reported, will
shortly move back to Springfield, Mo.
Wanted—A few pupils to take music
lessons, by Miss Elvina Peterson. 17-4t
No matter what size you wear we
can fit you. The it. M. Wright Bee
( . O. Bla! e i-i in Gallipolis, Ohio,
visiting with llie friends of his child-
Lavatory privileges are charged for
by the liberal World's fair commis-
Try a pound of Sombart's Family
Baking Powder. Warranted absolute-
ly pure. 1 ~-tf
If you want to luivev.' money at a
low rate of interest call on Parker K.
Mrs. 1!. R. Wood still leads in styles
and prices in millinery, ladies' and
Our A1 did notbriig i commission
home with him. I ill be sent by
mail—in a horn.
Mr. Barnette, from Logan county, is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. Frank Don-
nelly. this week.
The foundation of the DEMOCRAT
block is in and the brick work rapidly
Parker S. Smith will loan you
money at a lew rate cf interest, onirn-
proved real estate. 12-tf
The Democrat may be a little erratic
at times, but it stands by the farmers
and taxpayers all the same.
We are showing the neatest line of
gents shoes < ' < r old in 'lie Territory.
The It. M. \. i'i .lit Bee Hive.
The past wi ok husbi i rather quiet,
no one has lieei: flint a no newspaper
started that we have . 1 of.
We haven't heard of Jasperite doing
any swearing for a month or more. It
looks a little like Othelo was out of a
The avt rage subscriber to a newspa-
per loves to know wh i he gc < s to bed
at night that 1lie paper will be running
in the morning.
Every shape and price, from 10 cf nts
to $3.00 tells the extent of our straw
hat display this season. The It. M.
Wright Bee Hive.
The land shark and contest fiend has
robbed the people long enough. It is
time for the people to rise in their
wrath and call a halt.
On Wednesday last, City Attorney
D. W. Talbot'and Mi Allie Winsett
were married at the residence of the
bride's parents, two miles south of Kl
Reno, bj the Rev. Worley, presiding
older t i the South Methodist ehureh
of Oklahoma. Mr. Talbot is well
known to nearly all of tin people of
Canadian county and is an exemplary
young man in every sense of the word.
The bride is also well known to El
Reno people, among whom she was a
general favorite. After the usual con-
gratulations and wedding feast, tlio
happy couple drove to Kl Reno and
took the north-bound train for Chica-
go, where the honeymoon will be spent
in visiting the World's fair.
May the choicest blessings ever bo
theirs and all their troubles little ones,
is tlio wish of the DEMOCRAT. Tho
following persons were in attendance,
many of whom left with the happy
couple, valuable presents: Judge J.
1). Brown and daughter, Oklahoma
City: Mrs. Newell and Mrs. Kern, of
Yukon: Air. and Mrs. S. Talbot, parents
of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wil-
son, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Hartley, Mr.
W. S. Waldron, Mr. S. I. Talbot, Miss
Myrtle Talbot, Master Clydo Talbot,
Mr. Horace Gannaway.
Several nice dwellings
built in ii iTerent parts of town.
Mrs. ... C. Coon returned Sunday
from an extended visit with friends in
Mrs. G. P. Wnttson has been quite
sick this week, but we are glad to loam
that sho is improving.
Quite a number of the Okarche peo-
ple took in tho Indian danco'Sunday.
A number of tho squaws thought one of
our dignified young men could dance,
and pulled him into the ring—he
paid them "four bits" to got out.
Dr. Pattin visited El Reno on busi-
Some of the farmers have been har-
vesting their wheat this week.
One of the Democrat force was in
| Okarche Sunday.
Miss Klvina Peterson, of El Reno,
was the gue>i of Miss Currie Wattson,
of this place, a few days this week.
The Englo Bros., of El Reno, were
in Okarche Sunday.
The Moffat, tho new brick hotel at
this place, was opened Sund, We
all enjoyed one oT the best dim; r .ever
served in the territory.
Rev. Ingram made u Hying trip to
El Reno Tuesday.
Geo. L. Pierce and Miss Moore, wore
united, in marriage, Tuesday, by Rev.
Ingram. The groom is our leading
implement man and the bride is one
The Minstrel came to El Reno to fill
a long felt want, and we have no doubt
but that it will feel the gripping elTeels
of a short felt want, long before it
reaches the goal of a long felt \v«.iit.
Fifteen cents .■ • a lnnu-sandv. ieh,
tho urice charged at the Worlu s fair,
: I no; im vint ■ trgument v. induce
a vendor to break, split or quarter one.
You must buy a whole one or nono at
The people have their eyes on our
honorable board of county commission-
ers. You may laugh in tho faopsoftlie
taxpayers now. when they criticise
your management of county u< airs,
but there will be a day of reckoning.
Ore man bought over $1000 worth of
county warrants at a he: vy discount,
la.-k Wednesday. This is but a straw
but it speaks volumes when it is re-
membered that a debt of from to
* ''i'JO per month is being saddled upon
The taxpayers all over the county
are taking up already the possibilities
| of another county election. The mut-
tcrings are low but determined and
they indicate an upheaval that will re-
quire more than the feeble efforts of
imported organs to withstand it.
G. Outwater from Linn. Kansas,
dropped in yesterday and subscribed
for the Democrat. lie is exploring
Oklahoma with a view of locating.
He informs u.i that in his travels
through Canadian county he found
the finest crop prospects he evfcr saw
in any country.
The Democrat never has and never
will council lawlessness in any form,
but if summary proceedings under any
circumstances, ever were justifiable, it
would be to treat some of the contest
■ is the progiam of thoChil- (,r Qkurehe's most, eharmin;; young
uk n's Day exercises at the Presbyte-
rian church, Sunday, Juno 11th at 11
o'clock a. m.
Opening chant. Invocation, pastor.
Singing, "Beautiful Sabbath." Scrip-
tural reading, "Tho Sabbath." Sing-
ing, 4,0, Day of Rest." Scriptural
reading, "The llouso of God." Reci-
tation, Ada Montgomery. Recitation,
Gracie Fender. Address. Superinten-
dent. Song. Recitation, Gertrude
Foreman. Recitation, Lucy Moffett.
Address, Mr. Ingraham. Song. Ex-
ercise by primary class. Recitation,
Maude Geek. Recitation, Grace Mun-
son. Singing', "Sabbath Bells." Of-
fering. Address, Pastor. singing, j
"Crown Him." Benediction.
A New Joko
On the liver. When it is out of or-
der and you feel blue, try a few doses of
Beggs' Little Giant Pills. Your liver
will appreciate the joke. So will you.
For sale by A. F. Masterman.
On Monaay evening, at 8 o' oe .
Mrs. E. K. .Tame:; will giv«' • publi
lecture i:l the opera house, on the sub-
ject of Christian Science. All are
cordially invited to attend. Admis-
A jmall pock* >t book c jntaini.M^ a bo •'
ten dollars in money. The own r can
procure the same by calling at this
office and describing the sam< and
paying for this notice.
Fred Watkins has imported a lot of
fine hogs. They are beauties.
The corner stone of the; M. K. church
on Rock Island avenue, will be laid
Their many friends wish them
ippiness in their future life.
Grand Fourth of July Celebration.
There will be a grand fourth of July
celebration at Aker's grove, 3 miles
southeast of El Reno. An excellent
program has been prepared, with plenty
of good music, speaking and a grand
ball in the afternoon and evening.
Good shade and plenty of cool re-
freshments on the grounds. Every-
body invited to come, a good time an-
tic ipat?d. By order of committee,
( 'has. Bastam,
W. S. Waldron.
Wood & Devin, successors to Mrs.
Wood, the I lock Island milliner, have
b )u^h' the entiiv stock of millinery
and ladies' furnishing goods of Mrs.
MeAu !:«•;• and have consolidated the
two -toe . They are now prepared
to accommodate the trade better than
ever, and earnestly request their
fi i nils to t ill and see them,
wi ! continue! to sell palm li.it.-
an ' :id i«furni hing goods at
ally 1"V, p.-ices. Remember th
> pla<« .
The following is a list of unclaimed
letters remaining in the postoflice at
Ml Reno, Oklahoma, for the week end-
ing June 3rd, 1893. If not called for
on or before
to the dead
July 4, 1893,
Aubrey, H W
Benham, Mrs A T
Battcher, V O
next Tuesday at -:."0 p. m., with appro- Brown, .Iain* s
priate ceremoi ies. Everybody is in-
tiends, who infest these parts, to a free vjtr(j to attend
hemp pulling. Forbearance is no
longer a virtue.
Tho Democrat received a line lot of
new type and printer's material from
The Herald skunk realized this week , .hicaR0 ngain thig we,.u< and v, m !ldd
that tho Democrat man was no longer J a book binding establishment as soon
in hiding to use its language of a | a9 W (1 get int0 our new buildin;:.
weeks ago. The Democrat man lias , — Uel.ee. Mrs MuudeOlds. Isaac
nover yet been reduced to the necessity j Mrs. Wood and Mrs. Devin havc'Dyi .John* Paul, Delia
of hiding from his just debts or of j foi mod a company partnership an 1 Ewing, J < Peyton, Isaac
working the bogus coupon racket upon bought Mr-. MeAusker's n.'ilirery Ewing. A M Rowen, Laura.
Buel I. Win M
('aniff, Fred ('
Chaffer. John M
Creed, Mi- Etta
Davis, L I)
Knight, J II
Mi zingo, C W
BEFORE YOU BUY
F\ M ALEXANDER
AND EXAMINE A FULL LINE OF
Canton Clipper Plows, Corn Planters,
LiBters, I)ihc Cultivators,
Cultivators, Jowell Disc Harrows,
Harrows, Champion Harvesters,
Champion Mowers, Spring Wagons,
Farm Wagons, Buggies, etc,, etc.
Scott's Post Auger, best in the Territory..
Agent for tlie J. 1. Case Threshing Machine.
Craver-Randolph Light Steel Headers.
Prices will always be at the lowest possible ligures for first class good
Corner Rook Island avenue and Russell street, at the old Farnham stand.
F. M. ALEXANDER.
j. J. O'ROURK, J. W. MAMSY, F. H. Wright,
President. Vice-President. Cashier. >
THE CANADIAN COUNTY BANK,
OF EL RENO, O. T.
CAPITAL STOCK, : : $75,000.00.
At Close of Business. April 23th, 18U3.
Loans and Discount $ 48,289.18
Krai Esta" and i'i.\tur< 1,839.10
Cash and sight Exchange .10,291.74
Capital paid in -..$ 25,000.00
[JMilividrd iirolits >,957.68
The abo'-e Stati im• nt is correct.
F. H. Wright, (. ashier.
Attest: < . M. lin'Kr.i /
J. P. scales, Directors.
3. A. I ALDWELL, '
the gullible public.
itock and w;ll continue busint'ss at that
place under the firm name of Wood iv
Try a suit of our $1.00 blue Balbrig-
gan underwear. Color guaranteed.
The R. M. Wright Bee Hive.
The curbstone real estate shark and
the contest fiends are as the Siamese
twins—one and inseparable. Their
raiment should be tar and feathers
Bradford, the manager of the
claw railroad, is registered at the
i ddo Tin' peoplo of El Reno are
Vi . .ill. 11'rested in the Choctaw at
i linn. Ita early compaction means
: -i't'a'. deal to El Reno, much more, in
fact, than any one of the n ai y railroad j hUfoiect.
schemes now being talk, j of. We
must be connected with tho rich coal I
fields of McAlister by rail, our future I For the fourth time since its organi
welfare largely depends upon it.
Enzuid, Mol.ii' Smith, Mrs Hattie
Farmer, Mi-- LL Stiner, Sara
There will be Sunday school at the
Pilgrim Congregational ehureh, June
11.i t 10 a. m.: services at 11 a. m.,
subject, ''The Final Decision:" 8 p. m.
Ned. Forrest, Pastor.
Fisher, J M
Goodma i. Jack
Graham, F R
Hall, B W
A sad accident occurred
last Saturday which resulted in the
death of two children of W. T. Lakin.
A gun in the hands of one of the older
children was accidentally discharged,
lilling' the bodies of hjs little brother
and sister with ' hot, which may result
in their death. Mr. and Mrs.
Lakin were in this city at the time of
the accident and were heart-broken on
receiving the news. Dr. Hatchett ac-
companied them to their homo, and
did all that could be done to alleviate
' zation, the M. E. Sunday School of El ! Hill, Mrs ! >' -
Reno will observe I hildren's Day, next Hill, Mrs Bel
I Sunday, June 11, at 8 o'clock a. m. ^''Ung, Elt
, The exercises will he held in the M. E. Partie-
ehurch south. All are cordially in- say "adv
vited. Bring your dollars w ith you.
Sanders, W -I
Thomas, J E
Wallace, J H
Wolfe, C B
:i 1 ling fo ' tho above please
I i-ed, giving date.
R. R. H P. M.
Kstimatcs furnished <>n application for
Brick, Stone and Wood work.
Satisfaction - Guaranteed.
el Reno, Oklahoma.
Dr. J. A. HATCHETT,
Office over Sombart's Drug
If troubled with''.onorrhiea ifli
(for any unnatural <llacliargea l"!f
your druggiit for a bottle of
Hi>? It curea in u few d*ya
withoutthe aid or publicity of a
J doctor. Non-pofsoDous and
r of a
Iy4 guaranteed not to stricture.
The Universal American Curt.
V "K" ^k.Tlio Evans Chemical Co.
Bfo 'llesidetieecornel < :ist of White II
On Wednesday evening, June 7tli. jThoae Wonderful Gianta in Town!
1893, at tho residence of A. W. Mc-| If you wish to see them c on A. I .
Gregor, was witnessed tho marriage Masterman and ask for Beggs' Little •
of his daughter, Mrs. Eva A. Newman Gia ,t Pills. Every bottle guaranteed.
Dr. R. WILSON,
(Agraduate of the iialtiinor • Dental college.)
Resident : Dentist.
Ofllceiii Jalotiiek Kerfoot hlock.
U. S. A
W. J. SOMBAUT Agent Kl Reno, O. Tf
H- a. FRANKLIN,
JUSI ICE OF THE PEAOE
Office at Watson & Co. real estate
office, next to tlie Caddo Hotel.
l. P. Hudson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
bpfov u the Court of the Terri-
Dn. M. A. KKi
and Mr. John C. Baggs, Rev. O. P.
Light officiating. The young couple
are at home to their friends on their !■ ruin "lie
.. . , ■ 11 her loosi
excellent claim near New Hope >choel Vi. at once
house, five miles so.illi of tho city. contractor.
to fifty ton. at Ft. Reno,
or baled—wheat, oats or
Enquire of E. L. Welch
of Cul'l 1
Undertake* the most cxtri :n«
ftlling,not«'d for st;i% iii-.;«|ii;iliti«'
V line selection ot Ku ;lisli ;nul Amerienn teelh
the most natural and life-like, challenging com
pari son. In adaptation and finish, from a s.nglc , v
root to a full st-1. Worthless tr.;th and root> Oillee «-n Kussell, bet. liiekford & Hock
extracted without palli absoluielv by the use Ilcsidcace—South Hock Island Avcuut
of nitrous oxide-as,ether « r chloroform if s- .JC,VTr* rwri . UA\i i
desired All work wiut.mteil. KL KENO, OKLAHOMA.
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Hensley, T. F. The El Reno Democrat. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 3, No. 18, Ed. 1 Friday, June 9, 1893, newspaper, June 9, 1893; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc159747/m1/3/: accessed December 17, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.