The El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 270, Ed. 1 Friday, June 17, 1904 Page: 2 of 4
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ti 1Renc Hmertcar.
AMERICAN PRINTING COMPANY
C F. GREER, Editor.
MEMliER ASSOCIATED PRESS.
Bsttred at the postoffice at El Reno
Okla., as second class mail.
OFFICIAL, CITY PAPER.
(Delivered by Carrier.)
Daily. per week I0C
Daily, per morth • • • 4oc
iViitively no paper delivered unless
Daily, three months I'O'
Daily Si* months $'-7
Daily, per year
FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
HON. B. S. McGUlKE
f We Want to
Jog your mind once more, abont this!
World's Fair business.
OOLDES i:\QLE CORN, W e Sell at 10c
per Can; Sold Hi Others at 15 lents.
Oil 20 cents per (lallon,
COME TO SEE US AND MAKE MONEY
o-m orro w
You will Find
We've ^ot the stuff and want to
Political HiinoMi' eiiitnis in this • limiii in n«
wise ret 1'««> the Am iican - e.idote-dii. nts. I'In >•
lire printed us ug.nar Uvt rutting n.uiu <. w u-i>
for tin purpose oi giviiin pubiicitv to ihc . ...
didacv of the -« v« rui ;.>i'"Hiils c andil.itt > w.m
debit? to get their nitiues l t loie th< jn.u i* ait
at liberty to do so at ih'-rat- • • i ti\« u a
FRANK J. I'A/Ol Kl-X K l I !W<
•nip Hunoiilias hi* t amlKi.t > lui lit i.II
uauiuii county, subject to lh« will I tin
Been prima i -
The frieuds oi HhNKV VAM-.V Imit re.|,i. stcit
the asnouui < uieul • >! hi* tunuidacy i"i com Mils
hvjiri ol th< third itr-uu t s..i jet t i tin will
of the republican primai \ election « t Aug.-;. iyo.j
The friends of 1> c IhHIII.i.I, i okaulu
desiit to announce his caudida> > i"i coni.ni>.
■iotui ol I he I-list Distrnl subjtv t to the will of
the republican primary ol Auk i
The Ainericuu i* authorized to announce tlu
caudnlai> ol I CuuiKht, - i I rwo township
for commissioner «>i the 1'iisi distrni -ui>jeet to
the will ot tin republican primary on August
We ar " authoii/ed ' "in uu • lint J M.
bpaik- ot Walnut township, will l* caiun
dale lor the nouiination i« i county eoiniiii--i<di
ti be I Orr tilt- Kepuiu.di > nit. t on \ ■ nlnn. ot
Canadian Count} lor the thiro tiistnet
J M. Frame iinii mu'i > his caiulidac> loi the
aonimHtn>n foi county attorney subject to th<
republican ptiuiur\ ii Aug..ti i■-« J
J. EDGAR jUNb uimouilci f Ins cuudidut y
for the nomination loi «ouin_\ ittoiin v f ul j ct
to the wiT. ol tlu republican primary oi. Ai>k
* Townsend tlrocery Company. *
$1. to $2.
Of course you will want some of them. J
We handle Eclipse, they are the best. *
All Over the
We Want Your
We handle the best all leather grips ?-
at from - $1.50 to $iO %
I Come in and see us, our clerks t
4, WT _ v , . ..., s are anxious to please you.
t FlnHPflVPir You'll need a change, We've? ~ '
«j IJ I lilt r ▼ Cd-I g0t S(lc to $3. per suit.
Don't pay freight,
are made in Oklaliot
6 bars f' r 25 cents a
,1 W'.it c
>iU 111 a
FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
J. K1.SIK JOHNSON, of Walnut lowuship
announces Ins eandidat n i<>i tin iiominatioii I * n
Probatt JinlKe -ul jti t to tin will 01 tlu repub-
ican primai\ ol \ug. -ud imM
FUR COUNTY CLERK.
The American author\/' ti t inm iinct tin
caudidacy ot J01111 II I<o\« 1 I e k. > In 1 1 tin
Domination i« 1 «> nnt> < ;t 1 k .-ul<ject to tIn will
#f the republican primai \ \uj ' i-.< 1
:OU N T V SUP \i K1X T END K \ T •
MAKl. A K I I
■or Count\ snpt
« v; .;i 1 $41 in lyoj. Hence .t c ... T
a I •« i thai .illhouyh the .rop <, ]\ y
edw.i- smaller by "8o.(k*) bale . it was |
\vort|!i $158,000,000 niorr. This inert .i-
ed value a single crop aniotinte.l to
nearly $10 per capita f< r the rural pup-
ulat; in oi t^' wv. lve important c* tin
stat.s, ti i-~ "1 per capita on t'ie 1 :i- -
t^e l)\ 1! , pulation. No j n;cr ;h'
sou li •• p' perous. The va' i'2 • 1 iU
cotO ? cr< n « 1 ' '.3 exceeds 'hat )\ « iy
any other agricultural product, xcept
corn, wihich was estimated it
000,000. Thi wjheat cn p i'or tho
same year was fsiimated at ,^44,5.000,-
oov>, less than half th.- value of the
corn, and about tw> thirds that ol .;«>t
^ Xecktics nu' Hosiery in plain or fancy!-.
X ^ cblors.
I Don't Pass Us Up If Its Goodf
Stuff You WANT.
. J By Seeing, you know for your-
self that what we say is
KM- M M !r k-bb"!r^ i' b M- -b-b-b $•b*b<bHHH-I- b Wr M- ?
Selling at Cost
:■ Burton Won't be [here
Disconsolate at Home.
DISAPPOINTMENT AT ST. PE'i
ERSBURG 0\ KR STAI.KI'.N'-
BERG'S DEFEAT IS
Alisotialt'il Press Dispatch.
St. Petci^burtf, June 17.— Tin popu-
lar .lisappiiiiitnient tclt 111 St. lYtir* I
burtf over 1 liresult ofj I.ieut. lien.
Baron Stalkenburg's ti^lv, which it
had becni hoped for ti'.w past thirty-six
hours ini^-ht tur.ui out to h ■ .1 victtor>
1^ temeperdi sijinewha.t hy the kii("\vl
edge that the Russian force was over
whelntej by nutnb;r«. Gen. Stalken
burt; docs not attempt to conceal 1I1
eislriousues- of his los>i s. but his n
port ami the reports from all other
Russian sources a^rec that iCu* retreat
was ill 110 s.-nse >i rout 1 lie tu'icr
character of the li«hl 1- made evi lm!
I.\ th. fart that the l<u--iann
again forced t i dial do1 their uniis.
thus iudicaitinn in i revious einoun
ters. 1 hi Sttperiorilj of the lapan -e
The Kit - tail official reports ot tile
losses are nvaited with ttic I.e.nest
interest The war office declines to ic
i .. -nil K \ N S AS Si'.N ATOR SAVS
:• Hardware, Pocket knifes ? Hi', wn.i, .\(>T \ 1 11 x 1)
j! Nails and Bolts, Collars, |j natio.nai.^ co\via
% Collar pads, wagon sheets v|
| bnggv tops, top wagon ❖j
I boxes and lots of Other ,• Ass,,eiated Pre-s Uispatcl:.
£ things all will he sold at f , !''V " J' R
i T * 1 ,1, United t^at.s senator trout Kansas
y. cost, Mag and Banner * passled through Kansas City last even-
Canes included. X "w?nhis wa t0^N.hw
j. Will you atu:nd t«e national repub
Jack S: t!
Yukon on 1 .
< rcd a ptar •
name in the list
j. e. JONES, s• bickfokd
on at Chic at
paper man asked.
"No, I will not," Mr. Burton replied.
Then he hurried away ao cato;i a
Rock 1 slaiiid' train.
1\. altlKuinh 1I1
111 it that they 1 «
unities :i r* sever
See U. S. Government Build its Own Line
SPAN ISH FILIPINO BANK S ,\ :
THE Cl'KRRNCV IS . 1.
Held lor Arrest
Associated Press Dispatch.
Manila. Juin 17 Th( Spanish i-'i
pin>o bank claims thai the issuance
th new vurrency, « r what is Kcn-.-tal
known here as the "Conant noti
illegal an ! it will, it i> >lai -d, 'n n
suit against Uiic icdcral govcrnnie"
alleging that under the treat\ < i i'ari
ceding tlu Philippines to the Unit
Suites ili«' banjk ha^ tin- exicutiv
right to i.ssue bill, which -hall circula
a.s money in the i-l.an.ds.
The proposed mteinal revt nu li
for the Philippine island* provides ti 1
a tax of 1J per cent -hall be put up*
a bank - note 1 --ue in excess 1
.capital -lock. The Spanish l-ilipi;
bank also 1- ..pp..-ed l;. 1I.1-. claim,,
ROCK ISLAND'S REASON FOR
\3AND< >NING CENTR \l
Associated Press Dispatch.
Houston, Tex, June 17.—Following
the announcenu nt that the Rock Is_
land-Central deal bad been declare "
off. conies the still more important
decla.ration from authentic sources,
that the Rock fsl.'iinwl will now buill
its nwn line from Dallas t<> C.alveston
vi, 1 11 on si on. Tilt K..ck Island had
t.. 11s iiiK surveyed and lias tlu- right
of way of e\ery mile of the jiroposi d
line, liven the I rminal facilities havi
been -t eurcl in Cialve-ton. The build
ing of the Rock Island line from Dal
las to Galv« -ton will parallel ;
II tiste^m & Texas Central the cn;r
-li-tance, an 1 tlu eltec will be <'.i-a-
trou- to the latter road. The Rock
Island ttVjI the Fri-co ar« the only
t.w roa 1- gninpr their norilurn bus
ne - - to the Hon-,, .1 md Ti s C
Jups A\edical Service
Mitch in Negotiations
IT MAY BE SOME DAYS BEFORE
PKRD1CARIS IS RELEASED.
Associated Press Dispatch.
Wa.shingtoni, June 17.—United States
Consul Gunimere, at Taingier, Moroc
co, today cabled to the state depart-
ment, indicating that the negotiations
for the release of Perdicaris and \ ar-
lev have not been connplete X Jt.Vt
where the hitch is ca.-jiot be learned. It
is suspected that it relates to the vexed
question of a guarantee by the United
States and Great Brtain
for Raisuli ami the faithful observance
of the sultan's promises. As a result
of today's advices, officials here have
changed their opinion as to the -
of the release of the captives and say
that several days must yet elapse.
th.e Ottawa negr
of the victims.
Colorado officers, a- well as those
along the eastern Kansas border,
where St. Clair has speit most of his
ii iC, were notified. The negro i- sup-
I poser! to have .been frightened; away
| from the Victor district on account
I of the dynamiting, as he shortly after
ward turned up apd was arrested in
Pleasanton, but made his escape from
J tihiere yesterday, and was rearrested
land placed im jail in Fort Scot!
will be brought here for trial.
Saved a Womans Neck.
REMARKABLE EFFORTS \RE
MADE TO PREVENT A
New York, June 17
forts are being mad.
i hanging of Mr- \nna \
A Pistol Fight.
TW () () rili:KS W< ilNDKl) I N
I1R^ \NTSV1LLE, IND ,
Associated Press Dispatch.
immuliiitj Hackcrisack. N J, next Wednesday
fo trhe murder of Rosina Sal/a. Tlu*
lx arrl of pardons ha- already refused
t" interfere, and bef«.re starting fur
Chicago Saturday to attend the repub-
lican national convention; Govern'r
Murphy signed ti!u- leath warrant.
Only two women haw been executed
tin tbi- "history of N w Jersey and
much opposition to the hanging
developed on that account. Consider-
able -ympathy has bet 11 aroused for
the woman because 1 4he clrcum-
are now being nia«le b> r. r cciusel to
secure a reprice from \cting Gov-
ernor \\ akeiee. that the case ma\
again l>e placed before the board • f
Rewards for Crimnals
Facts on Cotton
Washington. lutie i
Statistically, as th. in.
rsports lead tin. publi n
country ha- been quite
proportions ifi the last y.
in that -tate al-o suffer.
t£u T> v'.is' crop ,,i' w
per , ' I U-s ,han 1 lial^
nionwealih o Ti \ is oc
of the M
•111. ,t 1-
he moving we<t\v
pioi i- AI h
west of that river
The estimated valm 1
crop of fOOJ was w
pared with $sol,ooot,ooo
fore The av.'rage v.ihn
pouted tale in the later yi
the ye if V"1
,,[ the iOO
i .11 \o. 40
er h- Mi
ent coiali t ion -
di-irn's of th,
! it advisable (<
| t'on oi Miners
"1 h.i\. no i
\Yi acknowledge iuj: i
toap fot tlv money than otl'
I Rabbit, fi bar for Js cent*
v.rc i: ■ i lv E. Plnlbrook. ir .
, r- whit ! niaiuiii. rat Sioux City, la . four years, I I't 'iik
at Paul takes the position made vacant by Mr th ■ K.e
ati6 6t (Ircgofy's protnotiofci; John
( oil i■■
terns ot ti
The Japan, ,
y. are spleiuh
nlv.l Each Ru
ARREST t)E MAN \\ VNTEU DC1-
TO COLORADO MINING M;
red l'rcss Dispj
•ceii notified i
>t. Clair at Fc
"i assaulting C
Ottawa, two y
> a negro. He <
plos 1" >1
t in wibich ix >i
ilown up at In
d in th,
| i<n this ;
pers. The naive was not d 1
Seers at < )faw a. who lia\, l„
a 11 e hi
vill iioon l . • i
shaking: e inds
tli- arrest of the .unknown iinir
r of Henry Mayes, who wa killed
st 1-iancois county on the -'(>th of
i and the sum oi $150 was offered
tin : ri st of HaycHen Peoples, \vh 1
John Seyford, in Bitehanan couti-
• May .V
I neither ,
I negro had previously cut the throat
I I of an officer at Pleasanton, Lnn conn
. tv. Nothing more was In ,1 of St.
Clair until the imws of the t'ololadu
■ 11 outrage w as published last wee'
(First published Ji ne 7, 15104.)
Notice is hereby tiven that in com-
pliance with an act ol the iegislatun
of t'ee ternti rv "I Oklahoma, to regu-
late the traflic in intoxicating liquors,
th, tin,! rslpned did 011 the ;th day of
June, too.), file Itis application, by pe-
tition, with the county clerk of Cana*
dian county, ( .klahotna territory, pr.1 >
invr for license to sell malt, spirituous
qnd vinous liquors at retail 011 1< Is 12
and M in block 102, in the ,trd ward of
the town of ^ tik'in, i - iid county an 1
territory JOSEPH SVANDA.
fl'irst jmblished I ti nr R, 1004)
j hereby given that in com-
pii 1; with an ai t of the legislatnr -
• the tern'ory of Oklahoma, to renn-
late the traffic 111 intoxicating liquors,
' e ttirderHirned id on the Stir ho f
June, 11)04, tile their application by pe
tit; ti, with tile county clerk of Cana-
dian county. Oklahoma Territory,
praying for license to sc| malt, spjrit-
UOUI and vinoui liquors at retail on lot
in block 74, in the 2nd ward of the
city of E, Reno, in said coutitv and ter-
ritory. JOE ABBOTT C<)
Mt Appl icant.
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Greer, Charles F. The El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 270, Ed. 1 Friday, June 17, 1904, newspaper, June 17, 1904; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc165505/m1/2/: accessed August 14, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.