The El Reno Democrat. And Courier-Tribune. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 18, 1894 Page: 2 of 8
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Come to tlx- Dkmocrat oflioo and
hav< your ti mil proof pap* -r> mad«* out
fri < of chin «*. Wo have blanks of all
Typo writing of all kinds done at the
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k1ioI \shI« product* dealt i
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Passenger Pally, except Sunday
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EL RENO LODGES.
Flood Lodtfe. No. 1«*. Knlishu of Columbia,
meets every first and third Tuesday In the
month. i>. W. Talt>ot. Recorder.
('has. A. Newman. S. K. C.
Kl Keiio Lodge No. 7. A, I' & A. M stilled
eommunieatiou the first Monday on or nftei a
full moon. Uegulur communication ever) see
ond Monday following, t'h.is A Newman. NV.
M . \. F. Mastennan, Heeretar)
Keno Lodge No 7, I O O I meets every
Thursday .1. H May, N <i , .laeoli Marbnch,
Canadian Kncainpment N<> '-.I ( <
Meets every second and fourth Tu vsday
Dryer,C. P ..I. li May.Hcrlbe
Martha Washington, Rebecca Degree Lodge
No. 1.Meets 'Jnd & 4th satdnj « A Newman
N' C. Mrs. Minnie Schwelzer, secretary
Kl ltenoLodge No. :i, A O I' W Meets
every Friday M. N. Wilson, M NN • K I-
I Jay, Heeorder
Kl Reno Lodge No K P . meets every
Wednesday C C 8totz,< < . O i Perrjr,
K. R. «.
Kl Keno Division No. f, V R. K P meets
last Wednesday In each month.
Keystone Chapter No. u, R A. M. Meets
the lHtaad 3rd Muturday In eaeh month NV. K.
Brown. H. P, I.J. O'Rourk, seeretary. Visit-
ing brothers cordially Invited.
The best meats of all kind
had at the (Jem City market.
fllce can furnbli you with all
the • kl paper- v« ti want.
A full line of school luniks and school
supplies at Eutfle'a dmy store. 33-tf
Sheriff Jackson and E. L. ( iay went
down to Ft. Sili last Saturday night on
official business and returned yester-
All kinds of sausages and smoked
meats at the (Jem City market, on
Woodson street, three doors west of
the First National bank.
There are two periods when congress
does no business one is before the hoi-
days and the other is after.
Col. ColTman, of Frisco, was in the
city Saturday, but did not attend the
democratic caucus. The Col. don't
work in their harness.^
DeNVItt's NVItch Hazel Salve cures piles
DeWltt's Witch lla/el Salve curcsbum*
DeNVItt's NVItch Hazel Salve cures sores
DeNVItt's NVItch Hazel Salve cures ulcers
W. J. Sombart.
A Texas man named Trash breaks
every jail he is put into. Flo lias a
sort of "breaking out," that can't be
We have some people in El Reno
who use half of their ingenuity to get
into debt, and the other half to avoid
Trade is picking up.
School books at Engles. 33-tf
All kinds of legal blanks for stile at
A full line of books at Engle's Drug
Chan. L. ItotT returned from Enid
Bring your notarial work to the
FOR Sale:—Work horses, mares and
mules. John ,E. Trent.
A few good rooms to rent in the
Frank Williams was down from
Final proof papers made out free of
charge at this office. Notary Public
in the building.
Mr. John Iiuzika, a business man of
Yukon, was in the city yesterday.
County officers will save money by
getting our terms on legal blanks and
job printing of all kinds.
For Rent Two furnished rooms,
with or without board. Apply two
blocks west of the new hotel.
The elephant is not the greatest
beast in the world. He abhors tobacco.
Twenty-live now subscribers wore
added last week to our list, and every
one of them paid cash.
Final proof papers made out free of
charge at the Democrat office. No-
tary inthe building.
Hon. 11. L. Dunn and Alf. Whitman
wore passengers to Enid, Monday
If you want anything in the line of
mourning goods wedding statinery, pro-
grams. fancy cards and envelops call at
this office and see our line of samples.
.1. 1*. Scales, rcgisler of deeds at
Enid, is spending a few days in El
When you want a nice steak, a roast
of any kind, a fresh lisli or a supply of
pure lard call at the Gem City market.
Frank Loosen, cashier of the bank
at Okarche, was smiling on his El
Keno friends to-day.
All that honesty, experience and skill
can do to produce a perfect pill, has
been employed in making Dewitt's
Little Early Risers. The result is a
speelfteic for sick headache, billious-
ness and constipation. W. J. Sombart
G. W. Dixon, a staunch democrat
and leading gitizen of Union City, was
in the city last Saturday.
Ex-Seoretary Martin was in the city
last Saturday looking after his exten-
sive property interests here.
All kinds of fresh and cured meats,
sausage, fresh fish, oysters, chickens
etc., can be supplied at the Gem City
market, on Woodson street.
If you can afford to be annoyed by sick
headache and • constipation, don't use
DeWitt's Little Early Risers for these
little pills will surely cure them. W
J. W. Turner, member of the demo-
cratic committee, from Washita coun-
ty, stopped in El Reno upon his return
from the meeting of the committee.
Sixty head of work horses and mares
very cheap. Part of this stock is as-
signed to me and must be sold at once.
John E. Trent.
Enquire at Canadian County Hank.
Charley Stanton has sold his line
valley farm near Frisco to J. W. Ru/.i-
ka, of Dakota. The consideration was
Never look to an exclusively politi
eal paper for good reading for your
family. You might as well try to get
wool by shearing a hydraulic ram..
The L. T. L. will meet at the Christian
church on Friday, at 4 p. in., to prac-
tice songs and drills. All children are
invited to come. Olive Light,
I will sell at Public auction at the
C. R. I. and P. depot in Union City,
Canadian ('ounty Oklahoma on Tuesday
the 23rd day of January 1804 about
l(UK) feet of pine lumber to pay freight
on same. Sale commences at 12
o'clock. Terms cash in hand.
George Stevens Agent C. R. I. «N; P Ry.
Isaac Scott of Okarche precinct, a
young Missouri democrat, was in at-
tendance at the committee meeting
dition of Sam Small'*
• ■ icli El Reno. It came
in all right side up with care on Mon-
'Silver Threads Among the Gold,'
Are u sign that your hair needs in-
vigorating. Hogg* Hair Kenewer pro-
motes a healthy growth of hair.prevents
its failing out or turning gray. Sold
and guaranteed by A. F. Masterman. '
( 'has. W. Heaeom of El Reno, was in
town on business this week. Charles
is a jolly good fellow and has a host of
friends here. Cloud Chief Sentinel,
The Dkmochat office keeps ill stock
all kinds of pension blanks. Our
blanks are all of the latest forms and
approved by the commissioner of pen-
Frank of tins Slate Capital.
came over on business the first of the
week, and dropped in to see the Dkmo-
crat. Frank says we have the biggest
and best print shop in the territory,
exeept the ('upltal.
Who Does Your Printing?
Does it suit you? Is it stylish?
Could it not be improved upon in price
and character of work V It is the bus-
iness of the Democrat to do stylish,
up-to-date printing- plain and fancy.
A trial order will convince you as to
the truth of what we say.
Henry Hnskins was in the city last
Saturday, attending the county com-
mittee meeting. There is no man in
the county that takes more interest in
a democratic meeting, or can do more
work for the party than he.
< urn ami Outs( hop
It is very well to blush when you are
detected in a mean act, but you had a
great deal better blush when you first
think of committing it.
To many ladies is how to keep their
hair in curl on rainy days. The solu-
tion is easy. Ask Masterman for Non-
pareil Hair Curler and the puzzle will bt
The El Reno Democrat, the Perry
Sentinal and the Pawnee Democrat are
three democratic papers that wanted
the investigation of Strip frauds. If
there be others of that mind and com
plexion let them hold up their hands.
(S." to s.V btlshel
l.7."< to *2.2f doz
It tO l.V pllll 111 I
.00c per M
..$1.00 pet- '•
75C |" : ••
HO per "
H5c per "
V pound, dre i*d
7.V per doz
. fci.OO per doz
F. S. Martinson, the coal oil man,
has increased his facilities for hand-
ling oil. The public will lind him the
cheapest and most painstaking dealer
in town. It will pay you to patronize
The Germans of Canadian county
are requested to meet in Kl Reno. Sat-
urday, January 20th, to consider some
matters of interest to tlie Germat .s of
this county. Further infer .nation may
be had by enquiring at the saloon of
By order of the Committee.
The troop at the post received two
months pay last Saturday and are
spending considerable money with our
merchants this week. Some of them
indulged in a little too much "bug
juice" last Saturday night and the po-
licemen run them in.
I'.d L. Dunn is entertaining his cous-
in, Mr. Alf. Whitman, of Mapletown,
Iowa, this week. Mr. Whitman ex-
presses himself as being well pleased
with the country, and coming from the
bleak, frozen regions of northern Iowa,
he is simply delighted with the balmy
sunshine climate of Oklahoma. Mr.
Whitman is an experienced newspaper
mini and will locate somewhere in tlie
1 will sell at my farm, three miles
east of Union City, a fine selection of
strawlierries, early, medium and late,
obtained of J. ,1. Lovett, Little Silver,
New Jersey, containing the Crescent,
Seedling. Bubank. Chas. Downing,
Crystal City, and Kentucky, 50 cents
per hundred. On orders, mail or ex-
press charges added: also rooted Black
Cap Raspberries and grape cuttings of
Concord which have tbemsselves extra
Pure Black l.angshan chickens, eggs,
obtained from Noel k Son, III. Three
for one dollar: or single cockerels 50
cents. Pure Bronze turkeys, $1 each.
R. W. CUMMINGS.
The public know that all this talk
about the Herald's 20,000 "boom-' edi-
tion is bosh. The blank paper alone
would cost ov£r $100. if printed on the
cheapest news. And if tliey printed it
on their cider mill press it would take
them 40 days and nights constant chaw-
ing, to say nothing of the type setting.
Tell tile truth and call it a 201) edition.
Judge Dale, while jealous fists growl
at his heels, goes rigliton sawing wood
and dispensing justice with a rapid,
impartial and able hand. He will be
riding on the waves of popularity when
many democrats who now call them-
selves leaders, have sunk to oblivion,
leaving not even a hole to mark their
exit. State Capital.
A New Joke
Oil the liver. When it is out of or-
der and you feel blue, try afewdosesof
Beggs'Little Giant Pills. Your liver
will appreciate the joke. So will you.
For salt by A. F. Masterman.
At ":.'10 Wednesday evening a dan-
gerous fire broke out in the First Na-
tional Bank building, in the office
occupied by the Canadian County Re-
publican. The lire, it was afterward
learned was caused by the explosion
of a hanging lamp, in that office. An
an alarm was turned in and the fire
department responded promptly. A
large crowd gathered at once and there
was considerable excitement, as the
Haines were seen to issue in large vol-
umes from the printing office. The tire
department of El Reno, however,
proved themselves equal to the occa-
sion. They were on the spot and had
tin.hose adjusted in a feu moments
after the alarm was given and soon an
entrance to the building was effected
and the water,turned on.The crowd saw
tha llames rapidly extinguished under
tlie steady stream jif water and in two
minutes everything was safe and the
flames were completely under control.
Too much praise cannot be lavished on
El Reno's fire department and citizens
can surely feel thankful Hint the city
has such n prompt and efficient body
Notice to Attorneys.
This office has all kinds of blanks for
sale prepared expressly to meet the
requirements of the new statutes. In-
the best legal talent in the territory.
Don't buy old Kansas forms when you
can get new blanks printed from new
type on the best quality of paper.
FARMER'S LOYAL FRIEND
Oklahoma's Agricultural paper
The ''Home, Field and Forum'' is
the only agricultural journal devoted
to the interests of the farmers and tin*
material resources of Oklohoma and
the Indian Territory. It ti bright,
reliable, clean and well-printed l(i-page
magazine, and deals with the special
wants of the agriculturists, fruit grow-
ers and stock raisers of the Territory,
and has special departments devoted
U) agricultural matters, livestock, hor-
ticulture. dairying, poultry, agiculture,
veterinary: reliable market summa-
ries, homo circle, young folks, fjirtn
organizations, correspondence, edito-
The management and editors have
had many years of successful experi-
ence with this class of papers in the
West atul have selected tnis fertile
and beautiful country as the best pos-
sible location for a high-class Agricul-
tural Journal. They are making it
fitly and truthfully represent the inter-
ests of the great industrial class to
which it is devoted, and there is not a
farmer in all this county that can af-
ford to do without it. It is issued
monthly, at Guthrie, and is only 50
cents a year.
Realizing that we could not furnish
our farmer readers with a more valua-
ble premium, we have purchased 100
yearly subscriptions of the Home.
Field and Forum Co., and will present
each of the first 100 farmers who sub-
scribe or renew their subscription for
the Dkmochat with a year's subscrip-
tion for that most valuable journal.
This most extraordinary offer is cer-
tainly one which every farmer should
take advantage of at the earliest pos-
Send for sample copies of both pa-
. It forney nt Lair,
Will practice in all the court-*.
Olllee in Buse Ssckett b!k.
.■lTTOlt.VK)" AT LI II
Tne K IT lliilldlnsc,
EL R-SISTO, OKLAHOMA
FHANK 0. WUiTIS,
i AT TO liXEY-AT-LA II
Room C, Kugle Illock
El Reno. : Oklahoma.
Dr. E, E PHILLIPS,
lI(K) Main ami 15 R«>) ertson Streets,
< >KLAHOMA t 1TY. O. T.
Ckuonh Pisj.amis « speciality.
Ni l v«nisiM*"-v> :iml • i—« :• •
• lilldren. Kt*«-t:iI dlw:i-e?
iwl llei nisi cured mid
i>Uhhit- . .No pay until
ilchre I. iltli St. Telephone
hours 0 to a. in. and I to •'< p. m.
, \ A. 1.. XICHOI.SON.
s of Women and
ami Hernia, I'ile*
. > dot* hi Ion from
I'll l ed. Will visit
Ki. Ihn". Oklahoma
- LAWYERS -
(Office in Jensen Building)
KENO, - - - OKLA.
Tlie Daiiu Oklahoinan,
at Ten Cents per Week.
Glieai) Excursion Rates
Georgia, Tennessee, Kentuc-
ky, North Carolina, South
Carolina, and other
SOUTHEASTERN STATES via
Memphis and the
MEMPHIS & HARRLESTON R, R,
EAST TCNN. VA, 8 GA. RY.
The annual cheap Holiday Excur-
sions from the West and Southwest to
the Southeastern States, have been ar-
ranged, and the "Old Reliable" Mem-
phis & Charleston R. Iv. will, as usual,
be the principal thoroughfare.
In appreciation of the liberal patron-
age given this line in the past, and in
anticipation of a renewal of the sam«
this year, which is respectfully so-
licited. the management are arrang-
ing and will have perfected in ample
Tlie best Through
Gar Service and
that has ever been given the traveling
public on similar occasions. Be sure
your tickets read via theM. & C. If. R.
and the K. T., V. A (J. Ry., and there-
by secure the quickest time, the best
through car service, the linest cars to
travel in, and the uniform attentions
and courtesies of its employes, and
Avoid the Ferry Transfers
over the Mississippi River, which will
be necessary via any other gateway
than via Memphis, as the new steel
bridge at that point is the%n!y bridge
across tlie Mississippi south of St.
Louis. Tickets will lie on sale Decem-
ber 1(. . 20 and 21. 1st).'}, good to return
within -'10 days from d lie of sale, ot the
low rate of
FORREST & GUNN,
L A W Y E R S,
EL RENO, - - O. T,
((iraUuatc of K < . Dental Colli'ne.)
TEETH : WITHOUT : PLATES.
Teeth extracted free from pain, without n.is, chlor-
( /rin, aether «>i filu-r injurious method-,. Work guar-
anteed. F. I.I'M) EwiMi.
Over P. O.. El Keno.
Dr. R. WILSON.
(A graduate of tin* Iialtlniore Dental college.
Resident : Dentist.
Office in lalonlck & Kerfoot block.
L'hkstfk Howe. T. F. mcMki'Hax.
HOWi: A .TIeJIICCBlAN.
ATTORNEYS - AT- LAW,
OKLAHOMA CI TV.
Title practice a specialty
I ndertaki's the most extreme
lllllntr.noted for stayiug(|ualitii
A tine M'lrethm of Fnjili«di ami American teeth
tin- most natural ami lit*• 11k«•. challenging com-
parison, in adaptation ami finish, irom a single
root to a lull set Worthless teeth ami roots
extracted without pain absolutely! hy the use
of nitrous oxide gas, ether or chloroform if so
desired All work warranted.
Misihtu i<; us.
e.j. simpson, Manager.
K. T. MAKsil, Solicitor.
<i. H. ALKXAMiKit, Secretary.
The Gklahoma Law, Land and Loan
m; iaoA u.
Rooms 17 and 18, Buse-J>ackett
Block, iiil Keno.
Newly furnished. Teams cared
for. Conveyances to any
part of the County.
E COLE & CO,,
Win. Walter HusIt.
Room 8, Buse-Sackett Bl'k
EL RENO. - - O. T.
B. F. Fisher,
,J list ice of tlie Peace
And Collect inn Agent,
lluse-Sackett blocK. El Keno.
W. H. Grigsby,
Bj.t y e i*.
Will prue.ice in all the Courts of the Territory
Room 1 Ino-le Building*.
WM. • GALL,
Architect and Supemtendent,
Room 20, Central Block.
Kl. RENO. - - OKLAHOMA.
If you have a claim for Pensions,
Back Pay, Bounty Commutation of Ra-
tions or any other Legitimate Claim,
T. F1. HENSIjEY" ,
U. S. PENSION ATTORNEY,
Washington, D. C.
I procure certificates of honorable
service and have military records
amended and charges of desertion re-
Dr. J. A. HATCHETT,
er cast < f White Ilote
mi.) f'T |)|
l)r. A. A. Davis.
Physician and Surgeon,
Qllice in Central JJloeK.
Will attend all calls, <1 iy or night.
Residence one block south of ('ad-
Dr. F. .)/. li 'i Hi ams,
I'llA'SICLLY. : :
— a rid—
: : SVUCPOX.
OtTii'o ovqr Fit'st National Bank.
« I. I.KNO, OIv.la.ti*:iJ.
Estimates furnished on application for
Brick. StOne and Wood work.
Satisfaction - Guaranteed
El Reno,. Oklahoma.
A MILD PHYSIC
IT F HENSLEY & BRO
Associate Work lor Out-town Attorneys Attended
To with Promptness.
One Fare for the Round
ONE PILL FOR A DOSE.
. A movement of the bowels each day is necessary for
| rip healthy JThese pills supply what tha systemjacjcs to
Rates, tickets, time tables, and any
desired information can be obtained by
calling on or addre^-ino- any Ticket
Afjent. or the undersigned. All letters
of inquiry answered promptly and in
detail, and correspondence is solicited.
f. m. jolly,
Western Pas-.. \>;t . i Main Street, Dallas. T«-.\
< A DeSA I S> UK I.,
* Division P.j>senn«-r \«t-, Memphis, I'enn
H W WKKNN,
Gen Pa-.s and Picket Agt . know ille, Tenn
metioa. They act mildly, neither Rripe nor sicken a
other pills do. To convince you ot their merits we
will mail Bamplps free, or a full box for 26 centH. Sold
tverywliere. Boaauko Mod. Co., Philadelphia.
f I f troubled w i th (ionorrhcea^L
jor any unnaturul diachanre
fyotir dnigfigt for a bottle of
|BrG, It curea in n few days
I without the aid or publicity of a
1 doctor. Non-pofaououa and
1 guaranteed not to atricture
Universal American Cure.
^The Evans Chemical Co. I
W.J. SOMBART Agent El Reno. O. T.
altercating a hearty meal, and tlio
result is a chronic case of indiges-
tion, Pour Stomach, Heartburn,
Dyspepsia, or a bilious attack.
Promote I)isrcHtion, Ilegnlaie the
Sloiiiucli. Li\<-r and ItowrU. I'urily
the lllood. and arc ;i Punitive Curt* t^r
I oiiHtipuiinii, !« ick lle ulaehe, Kil-
i oii sneH*i. and all other Diseases arlalne
from a disordered condlt n «>f the l.lvt r ami
Stomach. They act Kcntly yet promptly, amt
perfect d!e;e tl"n follow •< their use.
Ripanfil .*11111c■ • take the i.iaceof an Entire
i>i edict lie < heat, and
should be kept for Us>o Ut
SOLD DY DRUGGISTS
SOLID THROUGH TRAINS
KANSAS CITY AND ST. JOSEPH
LOUIS. ( HICAOO, OMAHA,
PEORIA, ST. PAUL AND
With Diniii- < ;,is. Vestibuled Draw-
ing Room, Sleeping Cars, Reclin-
ing Chair earn. (Seats Free).
Only one change of cars to the Atlan-
The Iw^-t line for Xcu York. Boston,
Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia,
Cincinnati, Niagara Falls, Pittsburg,
and Eastern points. For full informa-
H. C. ORR,
Ass t Gen'l Passenger Agt.,
Kansas City, Mo.
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Hensley, T. F. & Perry, D. W. The El Reno Democrat. And Courier-Tribune. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 18, 1894, newspaper, January 18, 1894; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc159823/m1/2/: accessed December 2, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.