The El Reno Herald. (El Reno, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, May 17, 1895 Page: 4 of 8
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# Merchant Tailors. *
SPRING and SUITS SPRING anil
B* it •track a amall atone by dun;
Then ihe liked to hare died, vainly try-
ing to bide,
] A bit' rent in the seat of her—bloom-
J. I. DILLK.
DILLE & SCHM00K.
REPAIKING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY DONE.
Bickford Ave., one <ioor north of Woodson
M ! It is said that there were 18.750 eil-
► < ver dollars coined iu 1804, vet they are
worth $1,000 each today.
.1 "One swallow does not make sum-
► J mer," but we have seen one bull-frog
N make half a dozen springs.
CHAPMAN A SON.
Entered at the postoffice at El Reno,
O. T., as second class matter.
One Year J1.50
Six Months 75
Three Months 50
EL RENO, O. T., MAY 17, 1895.
While reading Hill's last letter
pretty Nye busted a laughing.
Beef is trying to get as high as the
proverbial bovine that jumped over the
Agent Woodson prohibited the mes-
cal bean, but said nothing about red
ink and lemon extract.
It is said that there is a probability
of Don Dickinson succeeding Secretary
Gresham in the cabinet.
Oklahoma town is at present having
gome sensations of a very rotten quality,
and the Daily Star seems proud of it.
Even though Senator Hill declares
that the Monroe doctrine is not law, the
American people are in a humor to
make it so.
There is a movement on foot to es
tablish a coffin trust in this city. No
-one will be allowed to die unless he be-
longs to the trust.
The Wichita Eagle says that unless
the women stay at home and mind their
business the coming man maybe heir-
less as well as hairless.
They now have a new name in the
large cities for high building, they are
called "serial buildings," because they
have "continued stories."
If some people went as far to meet
their bills as they do to meet trouble
there would not be so much debt in
the world. -Atchison Globe.
If in the next world we must give an
account of every idle word spoken on
earth, heaven must be a happy place
for there will lie so much to talk about.
Russell Sage says that a man ought
to support a good sized family and lay
by money on 95,000 a year. We don't
believe it, any way we'll bet he's afraid
to try us.
Women cannot throw because of a pe-
culiar formation of the shoulder blade
that prevents the swing necessary to
the proper propulsion of a stone or
HI'*! X ESS CONVA LKMCENC'K.
The restoration of wages in manu
facturing centers of the east is stimula-
ting a confidence among the operators
in all classes of commerce which is
bound to be far reaching in its results.
There is a district revival of activity
and broadening of transaction in staple
agricultural and manufactured pro-
ducts. These indications clearly war-
rant the belief that the trend of busi
ness is well along toward pr<jsperity.
It might be borrowing results to as-
sume that the state has fully recov-
ered from the effects of the recent de-
pression, but its convalescence is posi-
tively assured and all signs indicate
stimulated activity among the suppli-
ers of merchandise. Everything seems
to point to the greater output at a
less relative cost, both in production
and distribution, and in nearly every
line of commerce making readiness to
supply the growing demand for goods
is the feature of the hour.
The influences at work are not the
opening of an unexpected market nor
speculative manipulation. The consu-
mer is doing the buying, the retailer is
stirring up the supplier and the manu
facturer and importer are called upon
to produce goods that must be had.
This necessarily gives the movement a
durable character and a permanent ad
vance is apparently standing upon a
During the past two or three years
people have economized in the use of
necessaries, but these are now worn
out or consumed and must be replaced.
The earning capacity is improving and
the bright business outlook, surelv
may be regarded as likely to last. In
spite of all reports to the contrary,
there is a much better prospect for
the first half of the year 1895 than was
the result of 189.') and 1894 during the
There are now upward of :t0,000 trad-
ers actively engaged in business in
Texas. They have undergone a scruti-
ny in point of desirability as credit
risks more searching perhaps than
in any other state. The conditions re-
vealed have been most gratifying and
have developed a general renewal of
confidence such as makes it sensible
for the steady-going, industrious mer-
chant to look forward with certainty
to a reasonable return for his invest-
ment and a fair wage in addition for his
effort. During the week ending Sat-
urday. May 11, 311 new traders em-
barked in business iu north Texas, in-
vesting upward of half a million dol-
lars to begin with.
The initial number of the A. and M.
College Mirror, was received this week.
It is a neat little publication.
It is not on account of its being
scarce that oil is high. The Standard
Oil Co., has plenty of it but no one
Attorneys at Law.
EL RENO. 0ELA.
-H Prof. S. D. Crane k
Crank g. white.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office up stairs in the Geo.
M. Crowe building.
W. W. BUSH,
W. H. GRIGSBT,
has opened a Business College in El Reno and
pared to give instructions in the following
Courses of Study:
Apparently many of the young peo- i
pie of today read the good old adage
backward, something after this fashion: j
"Shame the truth and tell the devil.
BUSH & GRIGSBY
Last week the Herald set more tv
than any other paper in the county
do not run plate matter. This state
ment is made for the enlightenment of
few "blacksmiths" around town who
can't distinguish plate from home
d Attorneys iLaw
ap^oFrics dp 8TA.1 ts o\ n
McI'ANIFL & GILL'S StORF..
Just the thing for
ShorMt; i n 11
young men beginning life.
Prof. S D CRANE.
The mescal bean is something that
has heretofore been almost entirely un-
known in this part of the territory, but
since Agent Woodson has called it to
the attention of the Indians here by
prohibiting it, they will perhaps com
mence cultivating it.
Makes Farm Loans at low-
est rates. Money Furnished
Rooms neatly Furnish,>,}
Secretary Morton has approved the
design for the official seal of the agri-! to pi'OVe up,
cultural department. It is the first
time a seal has been used by the de j „
partment, and the innovation is pro- Kinds oi Notary Work European Hotel.
vided for by an act. passed during the Done. — ** " ~
last congress. The seal is an heraldic
seal, azure, and 2 3-8 inches in diame !
Well-bred people do not go where
they are not invited. How often do
you invite the general public to your
place of business? People go where
they are interested. They are never
interested in things of which they are
entirely ignorant. Do you try to inter-
est the general public in your place of
business, and what have you in it?
A special to the St, Louis Repub
lie from Houston. Texas, says: Reports
come from Alvin, Brazoria county,
state that an organized band waited on
all negroes and commanded them to
leave town by tomorrow night or to be
prepared to meet death. Up to two
years ago a negro was not allowed to
stop in ihe town, but since that time
many have settled there.
Another proof of a return of business
prosperity throughout the country is
the prediction of railway men that the
excursion business is going to be ex-
traordinarily heavy this season.
Ex-President Harrison has evidently
placed himself in the "hands of his
friends." It is reported that he lias
abandoned the practice of law, and will
never again engage in an active pur-
Money orders may now be obtained
at any money order office in the United
Kingdom payable at Eshow; Melmoth,
Nqutu and Nondweni, but who with
the present financial depression, wants
to send any money to the ZuIub?
The "Trilby" fad has inspired the
stage to the invention and adoption of a
new dance called the "Trilby" dance.
Its chief novelty seems to be that it is
danced with the bare feet genuine,
unconcealed, sure enough bare feet.
We would think that the fear of splin
ter, tacks, etc., would tend to prevent
the dance from becoming very popular.
Last week we published a little squib
stating that an old soldier's picnic
would by given Tuesday of this week
at Reno City. It was a mistake. Our
informant missed it about a month.
The picnic will be given some time
the Guthrie Capital's statement "that of j ""V"0"11'' """-"'"^'nents of which
fify seven papers started the first week ' , " °n Um' U wi" 1>P
of theopening.it is the only one sur 1 ,y °ld wt,h'rH in8te«d of
Viving; is so wide of the truth as to be '
The Oklahoma Times Journal savs
the km KAI'OO will soon open.
The proclamation opening the Kicka-
poo reservation in Oklahoma is being
prepared, but the date of itB promulga-
tion and the date of the opening are as
yet undetermined, though the secretary
of the interior is personally engaged in
the elaboration of the details.
Mr. Smith regrets exceedingly that
congress failed to equip the department
with legislation which would have en-
abled it to eliminate from this opening
the disagreeable features which char-
acterized the last and which appear to
be inseparable from the existing sys-
tem. The comparative smallness of
the reservation, its great fertility, and
the numbers of those who have fixed
their desires and ho|ies upon it, alike
contribute prospectively to make this
opening notable. It will lie conducted
in the free for all fashion.
It is altogether probable that Gov-
ernor Renfrow will be allowed to make
selections in the Kickajtoo reservation
of school idemnity lands. Such action
will make splendid provision for the
H. C. ST JOHN-
LATE PRINCIPAL LAW CLERK GEX-
"hal land office is
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKI.a. TER
Rooins 50c 76c and $100
3. R. ROSE, Proprietor,
Cut Rate Ticket Office in Connection.—
1032 Union Ave., Opposite
Ladies Entrance to Union Depot
KANSAS CITY, Mo
Gustav Tlielan Pi es.
J N'yce Vice Pres.
Chas. A. Newman. Asst. Cash.
J. H. PITZER
Attorney at Law.
Rooms C and 7 over
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
STOCK EXCHANGE BAM,
Does A General Banking Business.
S, H. Horner,
Chas. F. Ashley,
J. E. Kelso,
Jno. W. Nyce.
G. H. Kerfeot.
E. E, BLAKE.
C. O. LLAKE
Flrwt-C'liiKH In All 11* Appointment*.
THE NEW ALBANY HOTKL,
Geo. K. Green. Pro| . iifcU Union .\%« nue.
OpiM.nltr rn'on licpot Ctilth' tiii<I Elevated Car#
pin-t',. 'imiim! to all partnix ti.
*A^SA MTY, M | MHO I* K I.
DO YOU QO HUNTING?
You will buy a MARLIN.
It has a solid top— Protection*
It cjccts at tho hide—Con venleiiee.
It Is light weight—Comfort*
It has tho Ballard Barrel—Accuracy.
It lias fewest parts— Simplicity.
Fend for complete eatalomie, free, 6pcclal pack
vt cards fur 15 cunu.
THE MARLIN FIRE aRMS CO.,
New Haven. Conn*
BLAKE & BLAKE,
Candian County Bank Blk.
most ridiculous. Only two towns in
the territory had newspa|H>r8 at the end
of the first week of settlement. Outh
rie had three wo believe, and Oklahoma
There seems to be sort of a general
wave of hydrophobia floating over the
country. The telegraph brings news
from various localities to the effect that
SS "SiuTe un?: Tin 0kla,horia '^nu„7b;ro"f"«n,:;:j
Times Journal ^ °' the al° "ave been bitten by mad doga thI
Store in the West.
•OS DEPARTMENTS-STOCK, $1,130,000
FLOOR AREA. NEARLY 7 ACRES.
Orj Good*-Mill lorry—Ladles' Sulu-Notlom-BoW
Silverware—Books—Furniture —Carpets —Wall
Paper—Hardware—Candles—New Tea Room.
Why You Should Trade Here—
The assortment It the grtttcst In tho Wcit-
under one roof.
One order-on® check-one shipment will fit you
We buy for spot cash—our prices arc conse-
quently the lowest.
Money refunded on unsatisfactory goods—If re-
turned at once.
Handsome l page Illustrated Catalogue Juat
out of press—free by malL
Come to the Big Store If you can,
Tou will be made welcome. If yon can't come,
•end for our new catalogue-free by mail.
Emery, Bird, Thayer & Co.,
KANSAS CITY. M0.
W. * B. * CORWIN,
^llornsg at Saw.
'1'. and Tex. rj Rush Springs i.T
Incorporated. Capital St0ckS50.000.Q0.
CORRESPONDENTS—Chase National Bank, New York City, Midland
National Bank, kansas City Mo National Bank of the Republic, St. Louis,
Mo. Stock Exchange Bank, Caldwell, Kansas.
Atty tor New Jer
sey law and col-
lection Agt N Y.
a. W. PILLOW.
T. K. KEID.
^PILLOW & REIDK5N
Will prictice in
courts of the
Koom No. 9. Canadian County ban*
F.I lteno, O. T.
F\ L. EIwi rr, gr,
Graduate of the Kansas City
llie Tailor, lias a larye slock ot new spring'
goods and is now prepared to furnish liis pa-
trons with suits in all the latest styles.
Pants from S5 up
CLEANING AND REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
Satisfaction guaranteed in every particular.
jj^hop opposite W right & illiamson's meat market on
Rates $2.00 per day.
Good sample room s.
A. M. BAER, Prop.
•J. M. RICH, Mangr.
THIS I'OI'ULAR HOUSE 18 THOROUGHLY RENOVATED AND
BUS TO ALL TRAINS. OKLAHOMA CITY, OK.
Bridge Work, (Teeth without plates)
IVCanadian County Bank Building
G« GOHRING, Prop.
RATES: 75c. and 11.00 per dat. J4.00 i>ir week.
AND NEATLY KI RNISIIED.
NICB AIRY ROOMS
118 Grand Ave.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK.
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