The El Reno Herald. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 17, Ed. 1 Friday, November 16, 1894 Page: 2 of 4
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Our line ot Carriages and Buggies is
admitted by everyone to be the most
plete'and we have the prices and styles to
suit you all.
Id Low Prices AM"""
a Reason for It,
GRASP THIS OPPORTUNITY. DONT MISS IT.
Jolin Deere and Eagle plows, Poangiae
drills, Moline and Lake City wagons, ai'e
someofthe features of this department.
We sell nothing we cannot warrant
and as for prices we defy all competition.
We must have more room aud to make
it we will, for the next 15 days sell any-
thing in the stove lineat murderous pric-
es which will bo sti i eto move them.
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HAMLIN W. SAWYER EDITOR
the rotiofflce at Rl Huno. Ofcln-
lMU| M wcoml cl M mutter.
El Reno, Oklahoma Nov 16 1894
Cirealation vs. Fraud.
Circulation is the true basin ot all
newspaper advertising a id all mer-
ehaais and professs 01 al men who
fay tfceir caab for advertising in
MWapapers have a right to know just
wkat they are paying for. In other
wwda they have a jerfect right to
I positive evidence of the cir-
l Ot the paper to whom the)
tottrihote t: eir business. A man
who aolieiit bus ness and t k s
Berthas's money uj on the reprscen*
latkm (hat he baa 2,000 circulation,
Whta in reality he has less than 500
beta-fide aabscribera is obtainiug
■oocy under fabe pretenses and he
it fitting the man whose confidence
ho betrays. A lot of papers sent out
thvovfh the post office to names ob-
tained from the tax list at the court
honao does not constitute a Iona fi le
dmlstioo for a larrfe proportion of
Mah papers lie 'dead' in the various
pest offices to which they are mailed
Whon such unscrupulous practices
MO r«aort«d to, it is no wonder that
inhants complain that they do not
ftl pioper returns for the outlay in
advertising. The fact i« they have
I themselves to be robbed bj
uanewspaper venders. The
Hsaald is the oldest newspaper be
Kanras and Tetas on the
I 1aland railroad, and ii has
i oir^olation. Its editor and
' prides in this circulation
1 aay competitor to show a
a like paid circulation. Bj refer-
ral* <0 the ivoro statement below
|i e it will be >een thai tbe wen!)
wpp7 of papart luroithed hj ih"
Wltald N«*apaper Union far Oc-
tober aid up lo due in thin oioi.th
kaa been 60 quirt s or 1,44a papers,
lai M order h t been placed for
IkMnoiaberof paper. up to Janu-
ary lit 1895. These figures are iworn
to aad an [oiithely correct
WmriiLD Newspaper Union
November 8th, 1894.
H. W. Sawyu, Pun Hieai.d,
F.1 Reno, O. T.
MtUfkt of VIinfield Pievttpaptr Unibn.
ah- « To 44 quires Ready Print
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[•ATE OF KANSAS) „
coulky county j
K. G. Galusha being duly sworn
•pan hia oath that be is the manager
m tho Winfteld Newspaper Union, ol
Wlaleld, Kans., that the above bill
aiova tbe correct number of quire*
tf rood? print, shipped by ta'd Win-
Itltf Ncwspsper Union, to U. W.
Sawyer, for the El Keoo Herald each
VIM os above s*t forth and further
•talca OB his oath that said H. W.
Sawyer has placed an order with
•aid Winfle'd Newspaper Union for
•tit? qnires of Ready Print to be
•hipped each week until January ut,
R. 0. Galusha
Maerihtd and sworn to before
M Ma SUiday of November 1894.
> Hbmky E. KIBBI,
J Nitary Public.
eipini Dee. nth,
•a* county in Kanau wss
by the dtMoeralt."
Oat Of tweaty-oia governor. eleo-
M Mar. (tk there was only one
' all, that Major Ow-
la tbe Breckinridge
kf 1*1 majority.
Tha <iaicratic majority in Texas
ra* n*KW from 140,000 to about
I la MM. At the eataa rat*
a*(0,000 republican in
The county coani'stiotxrs of Can-
adian county tuet on Monday 1 st
and c nvas4<d the county vote,
which r sulti d ai follows:
For delegate to congress: Dennis
T. Flynn, 1,155; Joj Wisb', !>73;
R. Beaumont, 832. G v-ng Flynn,
(rep) a plurality of 182.
For ouneilman 4th dis'rict: Jo' n
H. Pitz ?r, 924; W. W. Bush, 790;
r. J. Kitcbie, 701. I'itcer's (rep)
I'luri-liiy is 134.
For representative 7«h district: T.
F. Add ng on, 470: A. N. Spencer,
471; Monroe, 426. Sp*neer' (djm)
p'ura'ity in 1.
Fonepre entat ve 8th cis rict: II.
A Todd, 484; E. J. Simpson, 323;
L. Tro?t«r, 251. Todd'u (rep) pi ir-
For treasurer: N. W. Evans,
I,136; Jj. F. Wilson, 893; J F. Mon
trief, 863. Evans's (rep) plurality
For attornej: T. R Reid, 1,182;
C. JI. CarswiP, 1,181. Reid's (rep)
Forsteriflf: J. M. Cano", 1,023;
T. R. Jackson. 959; 1). Ande son,
903. < anoti'a (rep) plurality 64.
For legister of deed*: S. J. Rich-
atd«.912; F. Wi"iams, 838; R. W.
Cummiis 781; Cbav Rider, 283
R'chart s' (rep) plurality 83.
For probate judge: W. R. Brown
1,088; D. W. Talbot, 9^9; J. I).
Hurs', 357. Brown's (rep) plurality
Fcrc'erk: T. N. Farris, 1,001; J.
K. Sto'ie, 1,040; T. J. Smith, 756.
Stone's (dem) plurality 39.
For Supt- of schools: M. E. Gould
1,226; Thoe. Bel, 1047. Mr
Gould's (dem) plurality 152.
Forto^veyor: M. Snyder, 963; L.
I). Cori eli us, 982; L. N. Shepherd,
800. ('ornelius* (dem) plurality 19.
For coroner. J. M. Patterson,
954; J. A. Hatchet', 1,033; T. 1\
Powell, 779. llatchtti'd (dem) 79,
For (omm'ssiont r 1st di.tnct: J.
M. M< ntgomery, 294; J. K. Nor on,
218; 0 born, 279. Osborn'* (pop)
For commissioner 2nd district: H
Vasey, 205; J. R. Smith, 195; H.
McCab j, 195. Vasey's (rep) p'ural-
The usult of the de<thu riv-ais
the closest election io the history ol
Canadii n cottn'y. It al o i>h >ws
that th< large majoiity oftfTices <vill
be fillet by republicans aft« r Janu-
ary 1895. The republicans will have
the councilman, represtative in the
8tb dis'rict, the probate judge, sher-
iff, treasurer, at'orney, register of
deeds, and county commissioner from
the 2nd district.
The c euiocrats will have the lepre-
sen'at:"e fiom the 7 h district, clerk,
Supt. of schools, surveyor and cor-
The (opulista will have the com-
missioner from the 1st district.
The close elect ion was anticipated
and the best men in i ll |a'tie*were
put fortli aud as a natural conse-
quence ill the county offices will be
filled with the best men io Canadian
county i-fter January 1895.
The officers elect will not it i*
hoped I* tbe officets of any particu*
lar poli' cal party but will be the otH-
cers of the p:ople of the county
who will dischargo their whole duty
without regard to personal friends or
• he hope of reward other than that
which follows the f*ith u! discharge
of a puI lie trust.
circling a huge bon fire ill tie
centcr of the square. The ciowd
had grown to such mammoth | r- p r-
tions as to c< v. r near'y the whole
square. Cap*. C. E. Hunter, editor
ot the Eagle, th n mounted upon a
box and in a short a| propria'e ad-
dress t"ld the throng that ♦-h« y h d
met togeth rto ratify 11.e gr« at re-
publican victory in natima', s'aie
and local elections. He >old 'he
people of the e'efeat of David B. Hill
of New Yoik, and of Chairman WiU
son in West Virginia, aud the t-u'eess
ol the republicans in lows, Il'inois,
Missouii aud even iovadiug the
hitherto impregnable domain of the
♦ olid south, and capturing no lets
than one coagrcssmin from th? Lone
Star state and five or six on^r^s-
men f.om Louisiana, while Kentucky
would send a rip ib'ican coig <ssm'r
to succeed W.I ie Breckentidg-' fron
the Ash'and district. At d last but
not lea«t, Dennis Flynn wou'd go
beck to congress with 4,000 majority
and he was proud to sxy tbat O coun-
ty had fuinUhed bcr sh^re of loyal
votes to sw 11 that majority to i s
magnificent proportions. Cheer af-
ter cheer was given inmost drown ng
the little statesman's voice. When
Capt. Hunter fi tished speaking.
Judge Geo. Orocr, Council-
man elec\ was introduced 1 n I made
a gallant speech. He was cbce'ed
to the echo tep'a'edly during Lis
Col. Haven , Judge C' nkling Sr..
Ed. Gilroy, county treasurer elect,
City Attorney NVhittingbill, C. L
Greer, regis'er of deeds elect, J. M*
Do iio", county attorney ilect and
several other g< od republicans mnde
appropriate speecl.es n-i each in
turn was lustily cheered. It was way
late at night when the large crowd
of ratiSers dispersed and retired to
their homes l aving done the cces-
sion amplt. just'ee.
Now for a grand na'ional thanks
Mr. Ralph Beaum >nt, of New
York, has sub-ubd in'o the loi
some whitbi r^oever.
The Missouri legislature tn joint
ballot will he composed of 94 repub*
licans, 78 demo r-its and 3 popu iats
Ratification of 0 County
The republicans of O county rati-
fled in tbe most approved style on
Wednesday night after the elcc" ion.
The republioan majority was so safe
that it was entirely unnecessary to
wait for the official canvas of the
vote. The Enid band struck up a
lively air about 8 o'clock in the ev-
ening and it was not long before
1,000 loyal people had assembled and
a procession was then formed, begin-
ning upc n the east side of the square
it reached down cast E s'reet to sec-
ond and north on 8econd street lo
Boundary. At the giving of a signal
tbe great procession started on the
match receiving rectuits every step
in tbe march until it seemed that the
lite of n.arch extended over every
street in the city at the came t me,
and finally came to a halt en-
By vo e or the peop'e Nov. 6th
O county was changed to Gufield
county and P county will be known
as Noble county.
. ocra , was seen standing by und
Mr. Wilson, the defeatedohairuan, C4;|e(] |(,r
Republicans Jolify over the
The ratification htId by the re-
publicans at the Caddo hotel 00
Monda} afurnoon, was one long to
be rememle ed. Tie ''Hayseed"
land from I'o'tonwood Fj11«, Kars,
was on hand and d scoi rstd soma
excellent musi •. Hon. G. W. Mc-
Douald was pres dei.t and made
some very appropr ate rpenirg re-
m rks, after which he intrudueed
Hon. F. E. Gillet'e who made tiie
speech of the day which
was one cf the b st ever delivered
in Kl Reno. He did r.o att mpiany
flights of oratory but made a vety
sensible sp-e«h, giving proper end t
toallwlo had pa ticipa ed in pto-
ducing the read's hat the pe< p'c
ot Canadian county row nut to-
gether to ratify. The senator was
veral times Hpp'auded during the
course of h s speech.
Judg- John H. Pi ze*-, councilor
elec , was then called for and re-
s| onded in a most hippy m oi. He
said he wns elected bv the pcop'e of
Canadian county and he si ould en-
deavor to serve the pcop'e to t'ie
best of his ability.
T. R. R id, county a'to'ney elect,
was 6ent for and brought from 'he
court housi to make a speech. He
told the peop'e he did i.ot feel much
like ritifj it g for the canvas by the
board of county commissioners had
revealed the fact that instead of 17
majority his majority had been re-
duce I to 2 v..tes. He told several
very appropriate s ories and kept the
lirge au-Pence in a continuous roar
of laugh er. Mr. Reid always pro-
duces a favoral-le impression.
J. M. Cunon, stieriff.il ct, r -
spondee! to a call f r a speech. M
Canon is never found wanting when
called for on any occasion and tUs
was no exception. He as^und the
assembled multitude thai h s would
be as faithful to them es they had
been to him in securing his election.
Hon. W. It. Browu, probate judge
elect, h his honest candid manner,
to'd the people that he would faith-
fu'ly discharge every obligat on that
the duties of his otflie imposed.
Capt. Sam Richards, ngistcr of
deeds-elect, responded to the call ol
his name. He thanked the people
for the confidence reposed in him
and assured tho people that he would
ever ba found true to their trust.
T. F. UeaMey, editor «>f h« Pem-
3r for preside,,t ot the QonfidenCe
Cornelius will find your
Richards will keep tho rec-
Vasey will build good
roads and bridges
Osborn will economize in
Tom Reid will
Todd for laws for farmers,
encouraging the planting ot
Evans will be an honora-
ble custodian of the county
Spencer will do good work
on the railroad committee
of the house.
Dennis Flynn and the re-
publican congress will give
us free homes.
Stone will do his duty as
clerk almost as well as a
Mrs. Gould will continue
to smile on the young
Canon will protect the
lives and property ot people
of Canadian county.
In a .Teweler is a more
de si ra bio q uali tiea t ion
011 the part of Intend-
ing purchasers, than
reliance on their lim-
ited knowledge <'t the
relative values and
merits oftlie Jeweler's
To become an expert
in Jewelry, one re-
quires not only a nat-
ural genius for the
profession, but many
years of close applica-
tion and constant as-
My established rep-
utation as a Jeweler is
a guarantee that mis-
representation is nev-
er resorted to in order
to effect a sale; I insist
that my customers
shall know the exact
quality of every article
"I guarantee goods
in knowledge of their
worth. and to the ea-
tent of their actual
wearing value only.
ii hen nu/ judgment
proves wrong, I tun.
willing to pay for 1111/
mistake by prompt ex-
change of the article
or by any form of re-
paration, which my
I a hen ijsga arantee■
SAT I SI', LOT I OA', at
w estern X Hotel.
"GEO. H. WELLS, Proprietors
Fiist-class in Iwei y Respect
i-ir Newly Furnished in all Departments.
Board = Lnj * t.lio ■ Day : or "• Week.
RATES REASONABLE Choctaw Ave., EL RENO.
ISTUART HARE-: HUMPHREY,)
Pres '""it'''[ Treas.
A republican from Texas
will be in the next con-
Old Kentucky comes for-
ward with several republi- '
can congressmen. Hurrah J
for old Kentucky.
Ciias. E. ROSE,
See largeW atch sign
at Masterman's Drug
Eli Reno i Mill 1 & I Elevator I Co.
< Whol> sale and Retail Dealers In-
; FLOUR, CORN MEAL, BRAN, CHOPS, Etc. t
| ^ Also ^ l
j WEIR NUT, WEIR LUMP and COLORADO COAL.|
| tS"Call and See Us. Near Rock Island PepotTj
Guitav T lelati Pres.
J Nyee Vriee Pres.
M. Eichhoff, Cashier,
Clias. A. Newman. Asst. Cash.
STOCK EXCHAMGE BANK,
Does A General Banking Business.
Gustave Thelan, Chas. F. Ashley, Micheal Eichhoff, (no. W. Nyct.
S.H.Horner, J.E.Kelso, l.ouis Eichhoff, G. H. Ktrfoot.
Incorporated. Capital St0ckSriQ.fi00,00.
CORRESPONDENTS—Chase National Hank, New York City, Midland
National Bank, Kansas Cily Mo. National llank of the Republic, St. Loui ,
Mo. Slock Exchange Bank, Caldwell, Kansas.
J. J. O'Rourk, J. W. MANKY, F. H. Wright,
frei. Vice i'rea. Cni-hitr.
President Cleveland is in
accord with the people in b
one thing. He did not en- t - -
dorse David B. Hill.
TO ANY LADY
EL RENO, OKLA. TER.
-incorporated, Gap tal stock $75,ooo.oo:-
J. W. Maney, C. M Buckl s, J. J. O'Rourk, J. P. Scales,
J. A. Ca'dwpll, D. A. Belmore, J. T. Parsons, F. H. Wright.
J. G. Tompkins.^
will, it ie said, accej t a college pres-
idency. He ahould leave the class in
political economy to the tutorship ot
somebody elae,—Say Mr. McKitdoy
TheW iehita Ka^le ea} s:
"Under reciprocity and iheMcKin.
Icy bill Kansas flour wan admitted to
Cuban maikets at a duty of 62 cents
per barrel. The duty uow is 14.75,
snd 'he result is they arc not using
It is but justice to say that th
pa'riotio democrats who vo'cd wi'h
the rcpubl cans nd caused tho great
political upheaval did so because
they wauted to nbuke the men nh(<
had so badly mismanaged the local,
state and national affairs of which
they had had complete ton'rol. The
result is truly a fitting rol uko to he
last congress. The result is a fi ting
rebuke to Gov. Renfrow who jerry
mar.d.d the territory to elect a dem
ocratio leg's'aturo but tha returns
show only 3 democratic meu.ber elec-
ted to the Sublegislature. The re-
sult is a fitting rebuke to county
management tbat has pi mg d the
county hopelessly in deb*. Those
patiiotio democrat* who brought
about this change will wait patiently
to see whether the republicans will
carry out the reforms tbey demand.
Congress and Legislature
Tho official returns show
Flynn elected by 4,100 over
Beaumont, and 0,500 over
Oklahoma legislating will
have 20icpublioau8, 4 pop-
ulists and 2 democrats in
the house, and 10 republi
cans, S3 populists and 1
democrat in tho council.
Gov. Bent row jerry manded
his party out of existance.
It placed the gentleman
in an awkward position to be call«*d
up n to ratify his own po itical bur-
ial, but he was equal to the occa-ion.
He said lie prererred turkey but could
«at crow. He also s iid it was often
sta'ed ti at democrats coulJ not
read, but it was very seldom when it
was charged that they could not
count, but this was one of the times
that the democrat could uot count,
—not a little bi'.
Hon. K. F. Mdchell was 3?nt for
and brought to th* s aud. This gen-
tleman in a good natured way told
the peop'e that the democrats l ad
got it in the neck, but they would be
up and at i in 1896. He stated that
had just riddeu a doukev through the
streets of El Reno to pay a bet on
the election and he did it jusi as he
wiu'd expect his political opponent
to d) had the t*b'cs turned ns they
did two years a.jo.
Maj. K.J. Sim s^n was ushered
'o the stand to tell how he relished
his dish of crow, lie took the situ-
ation philosophically and made the
best of it. He d d not boast of any
great enjoyment in tho present titu
ation but the good major always has
words for the occasion and greatly
amused the large audience
The assemblage was very large
and cheered each spx-aker iu turn.
The "hayseed'' band from "Hayseed-
villc," Kans., discoursed most charm-
ing mus e between the speeches
and two and one-half hours were
spent in the most erijjysble manner.
Of course it was not expected that
defeat* d candidates on the demo-
cratic and popul st tickets would find
any very great decree of pleasure in
the deliberations but gentlemen of
hose two political faiths were very
sratca about that "ceck-ofthe-
wocds" just at that time. In fact
dem >orata and populis s a c scarce
anywhere in Caoadian county at this
time. Tho ratification was a suc-
Just think of Missouri go- ,
ing republican and ol Ken-1
tucky and Texas sending a
number of republicans to
The election proved one
thing to the complete satis-
faction of everyone and
that is the fiiot that it pays
to conduct a clean and de-
Brownie Stick Pin."
Thl offer is good (inly fr m Nov.
19 to Nov. «l.
CHAS. E ROSE.
The great body ot patriot-
ic democrats who can no
longer be whipped into
line by the party lash have
read their own party a les-
son that it will never for-
get. They have simply
said, "thus far and 110 far-
ther, gentlemen; we gave
yon unbridled power two
years ago and you were pro
fuse with your promises of
reform and good govern-
ment, but instead of carry-
ing out the promises you
made you have impover-
ished tho country and we
can no longer trust, you.'
Don't Fail To Stop
Iii commenting upon the
election the Chicago Inter-
Ocean has this to say: -'Tlie
voters of the United States
have given their reply to
President Cleveland and
Chairman Wilson. They
want no further warfare
upon tins industries and
the business ofthe country.
They have served notice
upon Mr. Wilson that they
do not approve ot his prom-
ises made at the London
banquet to break down
American defenses. The
London manufacturers are
not as happy over tho re-
turns from the election of
yesterday as they were in
18H2. The people who vot-
ed tho change two years
itKo have seen tlicir mistake
and frankly have they ac-
knowledged it and tearless-
ly rectified it.
A strictly First Cla-s Ho-
It* 1 in Mirc<>, the t-ble
furi i«hed wi h the best
the market afford', a good
sample room in connec-
• ion. Headquarters for
Agent for Cloud Chief stage
line W. H. PITTS, Pro.
Take the Great ROCK IS-
LAND ROUTE for all points
on tho compas.
Speed, comfort and safety
Iiest dining car service.
Gen. Tk't & Pass. Acent.
E.ST. JOHN, Gen. Manager.
iRBAT EoCii ISLAilD ROUTE
,Li!!Z£2 O <
THE MERCHANTS HOTEL
*^J- E. BAILEY, Manager^*
Best SI,00 Day House in the City
Table Hoard $.1.50 per Week. 1'
Traveling I'ublic jOornOI j
Respectfully Solicited, f . *W — Wsslsdb Itj
EL, RFNO OKLA.
Room,lira stly Furnished,
European Hotel. Rooms ,50c, 76c and $TOO
3. ft. ROSE, Proprietor.
—Cut Rate Ticket Office in Connootion.—
1032 Union Ave., Opposite 1/A MO AO ft I TV U
L.die. Kotr.nce to llDion Depot |\ AllOA5 UI I I • M0(
N. B. TKULOCK, lW
J- B. TRULOCK, V. Pres.
II. C. BRADFORD. Superintendent.
It. 8. TRULOCK, See. and Treas*
El Reno Ice & Coal Co.
TO THE EAST
All Coal Handled With Forks. Weight
jyOffice at Symm's Dru< Store.
(EST DIKING CAR SERVICE II THE WOSU.
J- IMI. IN"ortlirop>.
Dli X.S XIST
^ Flour and Feed.
Best Brands of Flour, Corn, Oats and all kinds of Chop
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