The El Reno Democrat. And Courier-Tribune. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 4, No. 50, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 18, 1894 Page: 5 of 8

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The Democracy of the Territory are !
hereby called to meet in delegate con- !
vention t lVrry, Oklahoma on JiuiU- |
arv 24th nt 1, |>. m. to give such ex- !
predion upon the Statehood bills now
(tending before Congress lelative to
the admission of Oklahoma and the
Indian Territories, as av he deemed |
for the !><-! interest of tlie Democrat-
io party
Kuril county will he entitled repre
^entnlion as follows:
l'ntlnwntoniie County, 1"
Lincoln " '(l
Payne "
Logan "
Oklahoma " 1"
Cleveland " It'
Canadian "
Kingfisher " 1"
Beaver " 8
K " 8 \
L " 8
n s
" 8
Blaine " '•
<; " «
Washita " '
Roger MilU
Day " '•
1) " 11
The dt mocnits will meet
county seat of their re&pectiv
tie* on Saturday, January 20lli 1M'4.
at 2 o'clock p. ni. and select the del-
egates above indicated, By order of
till! democratic territorial central
committe. C. W. Got i n, Chairman.
John K. Ci.ARK Secretary.
Deiuocralic papers please cony,
at the
) coun-
Keith, Mo. Jan. Oth 1W>4
Hditok Dkmochat:
I promised you togivc my impression
of your county and city. El Reno the
Hill Queen surrouded on every side by
as fair a land as the sun ever shone on.
fanning with you *< .-ins to be in its
infancy but few fields indicate thorough
culture such as is given ill the older
states yet the loads of corn we met af-
ler leaving your city indicate good
yields and cribs ready to burst and huge
piles on the ground show that there is
a large surplus At Liberty I met some
Kansas Missouri and Texas people.
Wichers Darandoft's and Britons all
dwelling near each other aiul have
made about as much progress as any ot-
her locality. We took dinner w ith Mr.
15. F. Wilson a true son of the Lone Star
State who seenfs very much interested
in the future success®f the democratic
party generally ai d the production of
hogs localy: he has some that would do
credit to any country. 1 think if your
farmers would grow hogs to eat the
huge piles of corn, t Iklahoma would I ot
know that times were hard. Yours is
evidently a good wheat country: 1 saw
many ti -ids as green as in May and
not a fro. I bitten blade tola -• 1 n. Too
many th ldsw. re eitlii t too late sown
or indifferent \ seeded not !■ .king so
well but 1 uniw-> your mild winters
What gr..nd r .is with scarcely any
M |-a,.i .j >cip at ti.' er ssingo'agulch
after looking for it. I am not surpris-
ed at early boomers awaiting -o long
for the opening. I could keep on writ-
ing but must not take too much of your
valnoble pac> . 1 It'm< u;.
> 0 DR. GUNiirS
In raising n family of nlno children, my only rem-
edy for Coughs, Cclds and Croup was onion syrup, w
is lust as effectivo to-day as it was forty years iago.
Now my grandchildren take Dr. Ounn s Onion Syrup
whloh is already prepared and more ' 'j1®
taste. Sold everywhere. Largo bottles Mwmts.
Take no substitute for it. There s nothing as gooa.
Notice of Sale.
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of an order of sale is-
■ ued out (it the Probate t'ourt of
Canadian county, (I. 1 on the 26th
da\ >1 December. 1895, in .111 action
wherein H S Peety is plaintiff and
P. S. Kern i- defendant. 1 will, on
10th day of January. 1S04, |
commencing at 10 in., 111 \uk<m. (). j
T., sell for i ash .0 the highest bidder j
5 doz shirts,
(, 1 . do/ iivcl'alb
; 'X do/ mens' pauis,
1 1 g |>iiiis boots,
7 over .oats,
5 ladies jackets.
4 ladies cloaks.
2 shawls,
2 fascinators.
1 ^ do/., handkerchiefs,
16 pair blankets,
88 yards flannel,
8 suspenders.
65 hats,
46 pair gloves,
18 western Creoles,
1 o bolts cloth,
3yA doz. pair socks,
4- .! doz. ladies hose,
25 yards jeans,
1 case laundry soap,
Or so much thereof as it will take to
pay the judgment of $395-00
$;o.oo cost and the cost of this exe-
L. GAY, Dep't.
Some of the Machinery to be seen in the DEMOCRAT Press Rooms.
"< J L "
W3 emoloy nona but the best
Who are supplied with the latest
fads und fancies of the art preservative,
which enables them to supply the trade
with something new and tasty in every
Job. 1
We have just added 11 complete
stereotyping outfit which is the
largest and most complete to be
found in thV territory.
This Machine Manufactues its own gas and Runs the Presses shown below.
i t
The above is a cut of our New Cottrell Cylinder Press, which prints 2100 DEMOCRATS per hour.
iter K
Brief w
17 STU&CQfiQD"
<>J II i i' omtfje is
n sjH'i tfillllj sulirilnl.
Our New Chandler & Price Gordon, for
Printing Letter Heads, Envelopes, Etc.
'jfgtf CHICAGO
Our Improved Chandler & rice Gordon prints 2500 half shee s per hour.
I found a pin l osido the way—
(signs air w deceivin—
If fortune favors me today.
This one's wuth believliu
O'er my shoulder glows the moon—
Bigns air so deceivin—
If I feed from Prosper's spoon.
This one's wuth believin.
My love found a clover leaf-
Signs air ho deceivin —
If she newr comrs to grief.
This one's wuth believin*
A horseshoe's nailed above my door-
Signs air ho deceivin—
If luck follows evermore.
This one's wuth tielievln.
With Kate I met three lambs at play-
Signs air ho deceivin—
A ud we were married yesterday—
This one's wuth believin.
—Doane Hobinson in Century.
rhiloHophical Knitting.
When it is difficult to choose a gift
for a friend, undoubtedly the best
plan is to give something that one
lias been at some pains to make.
One can imagine that Catherine
tlio Great, empress of Russia, und
Voltaire, the French philosopher,
might have been puzzled to know
what really welcome presents to send
each other, since the empress bad
everything that wealth could buy.
and t lie philosopher's wants were few
and simply.
The two were cordial friends and
carried on a brilliant correspondence
for years. A friend of Voltaire who
had seen the great philosopher knit
tells this story of an exchange of at-
tentions between him and tho em
Catherine once lmd tho pleasant
idea of sending her correspondent an
ivory snuffbox, which slio made her-
self—probably with some assistance.
Voltaire was much pleased with
the gift. Ho took a few knitting les
sons of his niece and then sent to
Catherine the beginning of a pair of
white silk stockings which ho had
knitted himself, with n6nio witty and
graceful verses in which he saiil that
having received a man's work from
her hands, he begged her to accept a
woman's work from his.—Youth's
\VJu t.. Snl.'i<lc-- \ r«> Mont < imuiloii. ^
The geographical center of the
suicidal mania is Saxony, which
yields an enormous crop—400 cases
to every 1,000,000 inhabitants. Among
all the civilized states Germany rolls
up tho greatest number, anaverageof
220 to every 1,000,000 souls. The
other countries range in the follow-
ing succession: France, Austria, Bel-
gium, England. Italy and Russia. The
smallest number of suicides occurs in
the country where there is the most
oppression and the most suffering—
the Emerald Isle. Denmark, on the
other hand, furnishes a strikingly
large percentage of the suicides.—St.
Louis Post-Dispatch.
A Itullway Guide.
The Calumet electric street rail-
way, operating about .10 miles of
track in the southern part of Chicago
and its suburbs, has placed in each of
its cars a map which shows plainly
how to get to various points on tho
line. The map is a blue print, the
routes are shown in heavy white
lines and only the streets through
which the tracks run are given. The
names <<l the.v streets and of the
suburbs are printed in large white
letters, easily read from any part of
the car.—('hie; i go News.
4<ctiItiH Appreciated.
"Ha.. id the Imsin • man to
tie del eel ne I i >w ha^ been
running in i>id throiiuii the country
represent ing himself « a collector of
ours lie h been taking in more
money than any two of tho men we
hav and 1 want him collared as
quick as you can."
"All right I'll have him in jail :n
les- than a week."
"Great Scott, man! 1 don't want
him put in jail 1 want to hire him.
- Indianapolis Journal.
Tivo I'oliit* of View.
I think. ' said an exasperated old
deacon as he slowly elevated him
self from the pavement to a perpen-
dicular, that a full grown man who
I throws an or«nge peel on the side-
wall; is 11(1 I 'll l ist lull. ' "Well," said
a bystander, "what do you think of
an orange pi i 1 that throws a full
1 lu* Age of I'rogreHS.
"It is surprising," said the break-
fust philosopher, "how many new
"Yes," said In- I nend thoughtful
ly, "even the lamb chops.'—Pitts
burg Chronicle-Telegraph.
A correspondent of London Note-'
and Quei i. quote- this paragraph
from Taylor- book on "Tho Alpha-
bet," "The comma, originally a hair
line, as the name implies, arose outi
of a short line, the mark of a pause."
At Messina there is a church at
tachedto one of the monasteries—St
Jaconii i in which several monks are
! buried in a sitting posture and may
lie seen through a grating in a vault
1 below the church.
A German statistician has stated
that if the present order of things
does not change, in :S,000 yearsh^nce
there will only be 1 man to every 220
Tlie amount of gold coin in actual
circulation in the world is estimated
by tli Hank of England officials to
be about b'"- tons.

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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; ( accessed January 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History,; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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