The Daily Democrat. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, May 13, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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ALS AND PERSONALS ;
F. F. Hensiey, Editor J
firemen who went from this
) Guthrie have returned, and
uly for the next alarm.
cream at areen s, today, to-
n and till the close of the sea-
Mahy, of the Newman Bros
factory, visited L. C. Hickman
i city, yesterday afternoon.
n vou want a good and service-
sidewalk don't forget A. C.
the original sidewalk man.
Eggleston. Minco'® jeweler, and
; the best hand men in the conn-
as in the city this morning.
en makes his own ice cream,
neither express nor manufactur-
rofit, uses pure cream and the
of material. 42-tf.
Monroe, of Oklahoma City,
iere this morning, en route to the
rn counties, where he is largely
isted In mills and elevators.
u cannot have good health unless
kidneys are sound, for the kid-
filter the blood of impurities
h otherwise act as irritating
ins and break down the delicate
ns of the body and cause serious
3le. If you have kidney or
ier trouble and do not use Foley's
icy Cure, you will have only your
to blame for results, as it posi-
y cures all forms of kidney and
der diseases. Sold hv C. H- Miller
WHO CAMMOT BE OVRED.
So uniformly successful has Dr. Pierc*'s
Favorite Prescription proven in all forms
of Female Weakness. Prolap«us, or Falling
of Womb, and Leueorrhea. that, after oyer
a third of a century's experience in curing
the worst cases of these distressing and
debilitating . ilments, Dr. Pierce now feels
fully warranted in offering to pay $500 in
cash for any case of these diseases which
he cannot cure.
It Stands Alone—The - Favorite Pre-
scription" stands alone, as the one and
only remedy for these distressingly com-
mon forms of weakness, poaaeMcd of snch
positively specific curative properties as to
warrant its makers in proposing, and
binding themselves to fbrreit, as we, the
undersignetl proprietors of that wonderful
remedy hereby do, to pay the sum of $500
in legal money of the United States in any
case of the above diseases in which after a
fair and reasonable trial of our treatment,
we fail to cure. No other medicine for
the cure of woman's peculiar ailments is
backed by such a remarkable guarantee ;
no other medicine for woman's ills is pos-
sessed of the unparalleled curative prop-
erties that would warrant its manufacturer*
in making such an offer ; no other remedy
has such a record of cures on which to base
such a remarkable offer.
Therefore, insist on having Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription and turn your back
on any unscrupulous dealer who would
insult your intelligence by attempting to
foist upon you some inferior substitute,
under the plea that "it is just as good-"
Insist on having the article which has a
record of a third of a century of cures and
which is backed by thoee willing to forfeit
$500 if they cannot cure you.
in cases attended by a leucorrheal drain
a solution of Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets
should be used conjointly with the use of
the " Favorite Prescription " They are sold
by all drugg'sta, or sent post paid to any
address, on receipt of 25 cents in stamps.
Send 31 centa in stamp* for Dr. Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Adviser Address
World's Du>i>*nsarv, Buffalo, N y.
Wtak and sick women are invited to
consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, fret. All
correspondence is held as strictly private.
Address Dr. R V. Pierce, Buffalo N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets care biliousness.
The representative of Alfred J
Camtneyer, the great shoe merchant
of New York City, will be at the!
Sullivan House, Saturday, May 14, ,
day and evening with a full sample
stock of his superior boots and shoes |
for men. women and children. Cam-
meyer is the acknowledged head of
the retail shoe trade in America, and
sends his representative from New-
York to show these superior goods
that have given him this solid pre-
eminence. Come and examine for
yourself and order some of these
shoes. You are protected in your pur-
chase by Cammeyer's guarantee.
THE "KATY" GIRL
A beautiful pictuie in colors (without
advertising) on plate paper, suitable
for framing Makes an appropriate
Sent anywhere on receli.. of 12
Gcn'l Pass, Agent. M., K. & T.R'y.
Box 911. St. Louis, Mo.
Nice fresh Country butter at 15cts
per pound at the Fowler Grocery Co.
The committee in charge are deco-
rating the Christian church with some
beautiful cut flowers and potted
plants for the concert Friday evening,
to be given by the faculty of the
Southwestern Normal school for the
benefit of our Y . M. C. A
Ben Stauffer, machinist-operator at
the American office, is showing his
father the sights of EI Reno. The
•lder Stauffer is here visiting from
Wagoner, I. T.
vs. Dr. Luttrell. went to Minco
morning to visit with her sister.
Ned Mitts, while Ned attends the
,s parliment at the World's fair.
A. Gulledge of Verbena, Ala., was
.e in the hospital from severe
2S of piles causing 24 tumors. .Af
doctors and all remedies failed
pklen's Arnica Salve quickly ar
ted further inflammation and cur-
him. It conquers aches and kills
n. 25c, at Rhoades & Cook's
mother big rise in the North ('ana
n may be looked for. Very heavj
ns are reported -ill over western
lahoma in the past two days
Do Not Be Imposed Upon.
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are offer-
ed for the genuine. Ask for Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse any sub-
stitute offered as no other prepara-
tion will give the same satisfaction.
It is mildly laxative. It contains no
opiates and is safest for children and
delicate persons. Sold by C. R. Miller
The Richest Man in the World.
The richest man in the world can
not have his kidneys replaced nor
live without them, so it is important
not to neglect these organs. If
Foley's Kidney Cure is taken at the
first sign of danger, the symptoms
will disappear and your health will
be restored, as it strengthens and
builds up these organs as nothing else
will. Oscar Bowman, Lebanon, Ky.,
writes: "I have used Foley's Kidney
Cure and take pleasure in stating it
cured me permanently of kidney
disease, which certainly would have
cost me my life. Sold by C. R.
Is tlie amount of Klro
I . < > «■ t ;■ in Oklahoma forthe
month of March, 1904.
Were You Protected?
Insurance is a valuable ast>et and
demands your attention.
We represent some of the be t
companies in the United States.
Combined assets over Kinlltv
Million Dollars. Now if the
For Liberal Policies, Safe Pro-
tection and Insurance that Insures
W. J. FINCH.
William F. Schad and Miss Rose
Schad attended the Elks hall at Ok-
lahoma City, last night. Mr. Schad
will also attend the T. P. A. conven-
Nice fresh country butter at 15cts
per pound at the Fowler Grocery Co.
Remember to attend the concert at
the Christian Church tonight, for the
benefit of the Y. M. C. A. Adults 25
cents; children, 10.
A Startling Test.
To save a life, Dr. T. G. Merit.. '
Mehoopany, Pa., made a startling
. writ's, "a patient was attacked
th violent hemorrhoges. caused by
r, ration of the stomach. I bad ot.
n found F.lectric Bitters excellent
acuta stomach and liver troubles
1 prescribed them. The patient
ineil from the first, and has not had
, attack in 14 months," Electric
tiers are positively guaranteed for
rspepsia, indigestion, constipation
,d kidney trouble
„. at Rhoades & Cook's Druggists.
Juggling With Dynamite.
It is no more dangerous lo neglect
kidney disorders. Foley's Kidney
Cure corrects irregularities and has
cured many severe cases after other.
treatment has failed. It builds tip j
the worn out tissues and restores-j
health and vigor. "I was troubled!
with kidney complaint for about two I
years," writes A. H. Davis Of Mt 1
Sterling. Iowa, "but two bottles of
Foley's Kidney Cure effected a per-!
manent cure." Sold by C. R. Miller, j
"In the spirng of 1901 my children
had whooping cough," says Mrs. D.
W. Capps, of Capps, Ala. "I used
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with
the most satisfactory results. I think
this is the best remedy I have ever
seen for whooping cough." This
remedy keeps the cough loose, lessens
the severity and frequency of the
coughing spells and counteracts any
tendency toward pneumonia. For
sale by all druggists.
BROWN'S PHOTOS "ARE IT"
And the Prices Are so Low Now That Every One
Should Have Some Photos Made.
Those fine Platinums in folders that were $6-00
per dozen, now. - - - $2.50
Cabinet Photos that were $3.00 per dozen
now. * - ' $1.50
NOW iS YOUR OPPORTUNITY..^, -
1 16 S. Rock Island Ave.
Opposite P. 0.
.A A Jk A
First Published May
VIrs John Jennings, who has been
iting home folks here for the past
ek, departed this morning for her
me in Lawton.
A Sure Thing.
It is stated that nothing Is sure ex
.pt death and taxes, but that is not
Uogether true. Dr. King's New
iiscovery for consumption is a sure
lire for all lung and throat troubles,
•housands can testify to that. Mrs.
• B Van Metre of Shepherdtown
V Va., says "I had a severe case of
ironchitis and for a year tried every
; I heard of, but got no relief,
bottle of Dr. King's New Discoy-
then cured me absolutely. Its
nfalllble for croup, whooping cough,
pneumonia and consumption,
v it It's guaranteed by Rhoades
Cook Druggists. Trial bottle free.
Fleg. sizes 50c, $1.00.
When you put flown a "'dewalk get
,o hest It is cheaper in the enu.
C. Kreipke can do thefor
Ice Cream Soda at Green's.
Nice fresh country butter at I k'
per pound at the Fowler Grocery C<
Mrs. C. B. Hoch and children are
preparing for a visit in Kentucky and
Ohio. They will start in about two
-ks, and remain in the east several
An Open Letter.
From the Chapin, S. C.. News:
Early in the spring my wife and I
were taken with diarrhoea and so
severe were the pains that we called
a physician who prescribed for us
but his medicines failed to give any ;
relief. A friend who had a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and ,
Diarrhoea Remedy on hand gave each \
of us a dose and we at once felt the
effects. I procured a bottle and be-
before using the entire contents we
were entirely cured. It is a wonder-
ful remedy and should be found in
every household. H. C. Bailey, edi j
tor. This remedy is for sale by all
Cured His Mother of Rheumatism.
"My mother has been a sufferer for
many years with rheumatism," says
\V. H. Howard, of Husband, Pa. "At
times she was unable to move at all.
while at all times walking was pain-
ful. I presented her with a bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and after
a few applications she decided It was
the most wonderful pain reliever she
had ever tried, ^n fact she is never
without it now and is at all times aide
to walk. An occasional application
of Pain Bairn keep- away the pain
that she was formerly troubled with."
For sale by all druggists.
Subscribe for the Daily Democrat.
10 cents per week.
INDIANS AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. Before putting down a sidewalk
j get estimates from A. C. Kreipke.
i Big Delegation of Cheyenes and
Arapahoes Headed For St
Notice is hereby given that in corn-
Today twenty-two families of Ara- p)ianC(. wl1h an act of lhe legislature
pahoe Indians left this place for St. | ()f (h(, T(,rr|torj ,,f oklahoma, to
Louis, where they will spend the n,gUiat0 the traffie In intoxicating
' y ; liquors, the undersigned did on the
,k with them < verything needed _ ^ (j£ May j,Ml) me |,js appliea
nmnier al the World's fair.
took with them everything
for camp life including about, a ear
load of willows to ne used in con-
structing their summer tepees.
The company was under charge of
Claver Warden, an educated Indian
and the children of the party will
appear in the Indian educational ex-
Tomorrow another band of seven
tlon, by petition, with the county
clerk of Canadian County, Oklahoma
Territory, praying for license to sell
malt, spirituous and vinous liquors at
retail on lot 1, In block 101, in the
1st ward of the city of El K'no in
said county and territory.
HERMAN HARMS, Applicant
families of Cheyenes will go from ■ fresh country butter at 15cts
her. '•> St. Louis- on th. same mis )>t.r I)(Hm(1 at th„ fowler Grocery Co.
I slon i —
THE ELKS WILL BUILD
A Splendid Structure To Be Erected,
For An Elks Home, Soon.
VERY HEAVY RAINFALL.
5 cent ice cream for children at
ice fresh country butter at 15cts
pound at the Fowler Grocery Co
Canadian County Received
E. Breuer, of the El Reno Foundry
and Machine company, went to Ana-
darko this morning to look after sev-
eral contracts for structure' steel for
new buildings. The firm does work
all over the two territories
If you have a good horse or Jack
you want to mr ke ti season with
advertise in the Demo. at. We have
a number of fine cuts f r you to select
The heavies! rainfall of the season
occurred here yesterday evening, ac-
companied by considerable wind
From reports the ratn fell all over
this region, and in some localities
there wa"s considerable hail. Several
El Renoites who were attending the
Indian dance at Darlington were
caught in the storm, and a large party
of fishermen at Gilbert's lake were
driven to the bam for shelter 1 h
, loud was a bad looker, and many-
people in the city took refuge In
-torm caves. No serious damage has
I been reported.
ARE YOU SATISFIED AT HOME?
Or do you wish to better yourself?
You should investigate what the
San Jaquin Valley of California has
, to offer hustlers. In that great valley
... is grown nine-tenths of the 1 S
The Elks of El Reno are look in,- ^ ^ ^ m|]]lons Qf ?al|on,
about for .a location for a $10,000 ^ ^ ^ made ypar,y Y(JU can
building which they propose to erec j fl|al)|y ralHO a|most everything
in this city, and the question of buy- (bore (,ood farn)8 at cheap prices,
ing the old court house site which , ()W ratc colon,st excursions in March
will be sold early In July. Is being ^ ^ ^ )he Kanta Fp Wril„
considered. The location is as good ^ |)hIe.s t0 y. C O'NEIL, A T.
as any in the city—a location that will
be greatly helped by the building of
the Carnegie library In the adjacent
& S. I Ky., Oklahoma City, 0 T
Doctors rarely have hard cofds.
They keep this old cough
remedy in the house. Coughs,
, , ti J. C Arer Co.,
colds, weak lungs. u .ii, «m .
cautiousjfor he must
ron for file contest of
of the sea with the
Sen It arrives in the
the Hatause, irrespect-
jasualties, which may
in Togo's fleet, is of
tortance. according to
iff, members of which
the Associated Press
to restore the equtll-
Despite the number of
to Russian fleet it has
i one battleship, the
It is true that the
Jzarovltch were torpe-
pnnlng of the war, but
ly towed into Port Ar-
£0 they sustained was
larly in the Czarovitch
fe been in progress
the officials state that
F practically ready to
ce in 'he fighting line,
i Is still undergoing
will be some time be-
lt to sea. Prior to the
rt Arthur several thou-
Its entered the city,
klnce been rushing the
3 now say that the
iHt ihe Japanese. The
) movements reported
staff tend, neverthe-
'to befog Ihe authori-
real situation of the
teneral Kurokl should
liis advance on Hia
! Yang when General
i known to be prepar-
i Is a quection partial-
r the condition of the
this Kurokl is credtt-
ir reason which Kuro-
las not. discounted or
liicated to the author-
Is suggested by many
,\e some connection
£ and whereabouts of
jthlrd army, which has
.boo to the military
whether or not this
ct remains that Kuro-
re such as will enable
ly to retain Kuropat-
irior and prevent him
l the operations con-
elearing out of Soutb-
and the operations
Ihe second laflftiie.ie
rely Ihe investment of
nit its Capture. The
appreciate, now that
been weakened, that
of the Baltic fleet will
e Port Arthur squad-
se are to be success-
bey must retain com
a. however great Ihe
y have been the ori-
the landing of troops
part of the Liao
it is believed here
only be the destruc-
dron at Port Arthur,
te enemy capture the
they never will get
ships. Under orders
t Arthur was cut off
tadron was to leave
Kliately before the
1 altack the Japan-
enemy retained the
a existed before the
oyed there would have
e of a successful sor-
mthorities are hope-
he squadron must go
in the conflict will
This will be the case
0 the Retsivan and
nished in time
of Togo's fleet will,
lore than ever deter
mmander from divid-
1 he must retain hia
f Port Arthur Thus
: squadron may have
aity for raids.
ill Finish Their Work
it city, adding: "E\ 1.
jes not get the convention that
is securing a few million dol-1 be In the n< of -ix thous-
worth of advertising in i
onel Henry Wat t ■ - m ! -
it of lite
I who desl
iwin has received a
relating to sugar
m the agricultural de-
hington, which he
uish free to farmers
study the question.
extended trip to Kan.-;i
er northern points
A delivery wagon locked horns with
Dr. Fitzgerald's buggy thi- forenoon,
with disasterous results to the bug-
rmy encampment at
je brought to a close
. the El Reno delega-
ady returned and the
al Togo, particularly since tno navai > rest will cme home tonight. Those
commanders at Port Arthur have, who are here speak In the highest
faithfully duplicated his plan which terms of the Kingfisher people as en-
resulted in the sinking of 'he Petri' tertainers. and will gladly rectpro-
pavlovsk. cato when occasion comes. The next
The effect of the disa r will tin- j encampment will he held In Lawton,
tloubtedly be to c&uhc
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Hensley, T. F. The Daily Democrat. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 52, Ed. 1 Friday, May 13, 1904, newspaper, May 13, 1904; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc160218/m1/3/: accessed July 18, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.