El Reno Daily American. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 264, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 19, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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m, RKNO DA1IA AMERICAN, WRDNK.SIHV. MAY 1 . HH> -
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EL RENO DAILY AMERICAN
Entored as second rlnss matter
July 28, .105, at the Post Ofli<'<- at
El Reno, Oklahoma, uiuler_the act oi
Congress of March 2, 1897.
O. (j, UDWI8 .V CO., PublUheri.
Ome month ®i'nX
Three .Months !•
Six Months - '
One Year - - 4 00
*" PUBLICATION OFFICE:
118 NORTH I!K K1X)R1> AVKXIF-.
ON TO THK SOI'THWKST
With tlie building of El Reno's
l>lg packing plant, which is now a
positive certainty, the next biggest
thing that can he accomplished for
the commercial devlopmcrU of tin*
city wi 1 be the extension of the Fort
Smith & Western railroad on to the
Southwest. One of tin- most fertile
sections of '>kl:ihom i a I of the
whole earth, , «' that matter, which
lies southwest of I'll Iteno. is almost
wholly without railroad facilities.
Enormous grain and cotton crops,]
ami 'train load after train load of
hogs and cattle are transported over
land In some Instances from twenty-
five to forty miles in order to reach
railroad stations. That the develop-
ment of Southwest Oklahoma's stock
and agricultural producing capacity
lias ju t begun, ther is no doubt in
the .minds of those who are lamiliar
with what has been done in that rich
garden spot within a few years.
The Fort Smith It Western lias for
several years had under considera-
tion the matter of extending its line
into this region. Preliminary sur-
veys have ueen run, and estimate
made of the cost of construction
clear through to a connection witli
the Orient. Mr. W. 1*1. Crane, who is
now the executive 'head ot the Fort
Smith & Western, is in El Reno to-
day presumably for no other purpose
than to make a final determination
as to the extension of the road.
Every business man of El Reno
who is Interested in this project
and every real business man should
be—Is exipected to he at the Elks
clufb house at 8:(10 o'clock tonight
to talk over the proposition w th
Messrs. Crane and Bushnell.
swefct girl graduate
Our showing is most
$3.00 $3.50 $4.00
BY MISS R5BA GUTELIUI
Office Phone 17
Residence Phone 386
ve hundred, two favota, first prize | disclosing every defect of their form
nd consolation, being awarded. A it is quite probable that never be
S2.00 and $2.50
Yours for good slioes
ARNOLD & WILSON
Successors to H. R. Canon &- Co
e deed, both great and small,
e-knit strands of an unbroken
luncheon consisting of three courses
^ was served at the c ose of the game
to the following: Mines. F. N. Korn.
to duty c. k Perry, II. S. Patterson, Gus
Busch, H. Engle, W. Malone, H. H.
Stevens and .las. Kelso.
i • •
The Ladies Aid
fore, in the history of feminine fash-
ion. were hats as unspeakable and
unbecoming as at the present time. |
But, although freakish hats built |
after the models of peach-baskets.
chevserbo*es and bread-bow|s ku'e
common everywhere at the present j
time, no woman of refinement and
i lit* uaum n ■ u u< •• w Of •
love ennobles a 1. I Presbyterian churc h will meet on good taste will ever disgrace
ill may sound no trumpet.! Thursday afternoon tit -:30 with by wearinp tlicni. A stro a oil-
Mrs. II. T. Smith, SliO South Macomb. Fifth avenue or through Centui
I'ark oil a bright and sunny day
Colonel Wm. Husby. of McA ester,! would open the eyes <Df many jo-
and Mr .1. ti. Ralls, an attorney of men who are wearing these monstros
Vtoka were guests a. dinner last IHies. believing that the) are .11 a
. V1B , Till)< u cord with the style affected by well-
evening of Mr. and Mrs 11—. K. ; wom^„ of fashion.
ring no bells;
book of life th
Thy love shall chant
| After its own
(rift on thy singing li|>s sihall mak
You Mr. Railroad Man
are interested in
the home for aged and
disabl ed r ail r o a dme n
Buy the HEADLIGHT Overall. Give
your size tickets to the secretary of your
lodge. He will mail them to the Home.
The Headlight Will Pay
the Home for them.
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
STAR CLOTHIER 118 S. Rock Island
TOO 311*411 JOHNSON
Some time in the cold gray dawn
of the morning after the arrival home
of the Oklahoma City Trade "Exten-
sion Boosters "Excursion of South-
western Oklahoma, a certain highly
respected citizen of the .metropolis
became suddenly afflicted with acute
Eastern Oklahoma fright.
In his fearful visions he saw
§Xea t metropolises springing up in a
single night in Eastern Oklahoma
the cause for said nocturnal sprimg-
"lng up being nothing more nor less
than the placid Auburn Arkansas,
It was a springing up that to the
fevered mind of the loyal Oklahoma
Cityan was far mare appalling than
the recent uprising of that frenzied
and essentially pyrotechnb individ-
ual—ut lea-st frentied and pyrotech
nlc in the columns of the Oklahoma
City newspapers Col. C Snake es-
quire, also known to fame as the
■Be all this as it may. the fact re-
mains that this estimable citizen
yclept J. J. Johnson who occupies
the distinguished position of man
ager of the Oklahoma Cit> IraffH
bureau was thoroughly alarmed
And being alarmed he d d the thoi
oughly human and natural thin.u
He made of himself .1 -
(scriptural Injunction forbids the
And the method he choos.- to u
complishe this easy feat was to sit
him down l efore bis trusty type
writer and indite to various members
of congress of this state carofulh
forgetting Col. Owen and Charles
Oreager however- the .Johnson views
menace which the
erything but an essentially
in this pitiable shortsightedness
Oklahoma City forgot three things:
(First, that in the recent crusade
against (Kansas City's protest and
threatened boycott of the Kiaty be-
oause of its $1.10 New York Oklaho-
ma points via. Galveston rate the
entire state fought that battle for
Oklahoma City—and won.
Second, .that the spirit or swinish
selfishness which the Johnson wail
evinces does more to create distrust
and hostility than all the Booster
trips ever projected can overcome.
And third, that In Its present vigor-
ous campaign for the location for
the state capital it must have the
support of one or two more towns
Is a spirit of childishness which
dps when another boy gets .a sweet-
meat going to recommend the great
metropolis" to the consideration of
the state at large?
The perfection of the river naviga-
tion scheme in Oklahoma means
commercial independence of the new
new state, whereas under the pies-
•nt regime the state is at the mercy
f a parcel of officials of non-competi-
In its selfish alarm. Oklahoma City
is willing to sacrifice the commerc al
Independence of the state, for fear
of a fancied advantage which
navigation would give the east side
river towns and cities.
In order to retain its fancie
premacy in Oklahoma commercial af-
fairs, Oklahoma City is willing tha
every man, woman and child in th
state pay toll and tribute to the mag-
nates of a few non-com'peting mil
roads, whose domination o? new stat
' The Young uttdlw Claas No. 6 of I Mr,. M. D. Llbby entertained the
(he Christian Sunday s.-hool nipt al Duplicate Whist Club this afternoon
\ iiiNtr man served by thee shall I home of Frances Young, fin W. at her home. 708 South Holt avem1®' i
niake the,, rl.-h; Woodson street, to organise a club. The cltlb luncheon was served at
A sick man helped by thee shall
make thee strong;
Thou shalt be served thyself by every
which thou renderest.
The following office™ were elected: | 1:30 o'clock after which the tables
President. Mrs. Hen dawson; Vice-! were cleared and the usual afternoon
President, Mabel Carr: Secretary ami' was spent at their favorite
Treasurer, Kathei ine Hru.idy; Assis- ; Members of the club are. . mes.
equalised I t
uit is the Oklii
need by ti
t in the
iThait is the spirit of the town thf
seeks to lay the new state trlbutar
That Is the argument
Oklahoma City .e<ks the stat
It the permanent state capit.;
Oklahoma City is ;
remarkable town In
state Is justly proud
tant. Frances Young. A name for bert Gerrer. M. R Llbby, F red
the < lub. "Always Faithfu. was Wright, 3. H. Pettee, 1-. E. Rh key, ■
chosen .md various committees were W. S Tinsman. Hal Townsend and
Mr and Mrs W. II. F.dmundson. j appointed to carry on the work of Fre. Smith.
•rV.w Decatur, Ala., announce thejthe Cub. After .he business ae«lon ^ ^ ^J
marriage of their daughter. Eleno, I .he even,Ing Cenlrai School, from first to
fortunate aa to have the «hape of wtth muaic and gam . entertained their
City. Monday. May 174b. 1909. • •• ^her. in the eighth grade room
a,,"r ' . . . becoming only to women with nearly dered end delicate refreshments serv-
i . , • ,| nnrfAct shanes and those women, not . .1 the following teachers, mhh s
T1„. Twentieth Century C^b m P>r ^ ,ho shape of Biizabe.h Martin. Etta Dale. Vina
Tar h t'sanerlon on a aylph. utter,y dec! ned to make Hardy. Hubush.
Hoff avenue. All me were, m*rn*m co^cu~. or eren rl-
present and enjoyed tile n.ftip'ritoo11 at | d —
(1st Pub April 26—4w.)
In the Matter of the Estate of
Jeseph M L-unuoo (deceased).
Notice to Cwdhor^.
Notice i« hereby given by the on-
der igned. Addie Lnnnon. a* Admin-
istratrix of the estate of Joseph M.
Lunnon. derea«ed, to the creditors
ajid oil persons having claims again C
said deceased, or his s«id estate, to
exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers, with six months after
the fli-Ht publication of this notice,
ro said Add* Lunnon at the office of
M 1). Ivibby, In the City of El Reno,
In the County of Canadian. Ste*e of
Oklahoma, which office the under-
signed selects a-* her pHce of busi-
ness in all matters connected with
Dated April 2*4 1909
ADD IK LUNNON".
Administratrix of the Estate of Jos-
I eph M. Lunnon, deceased.
This week we are showing a line o1
Table Tumblers in a variety of patterns
and at pricts that can't be beat. Also a
line of Xickle Plated Ware—Coffee Pot?,
Tea Pots, Tea Kettles, Trays, etc.
Special Sale Saturday
on Fruit Decorated Cake Plates, Bread
Plates, Salad Bowls.
PRINCE'S NOVELTY STORE
1 09 S. Koch Island Avenue
The Store for Everybody
j «« 11| I > M I H I I M I I M I I I I ' I I II ' I " ' ' ' ' " " ' ' '
' Did you get a Spring Suit?
Has a full line of spring suits in
up-to-date styles and patterns at
very low prices.
Sole Agents for the Walk-Over Shoe
I. RABINOWITZ & CO.
El Reno, Oklahoma
HHH H It < • I M t ♦*'
CONSERVATIVE INVESTMENT CO.
of El Reno, Oklahoma
We uiake 5, 7 or 10 year loans on Farm Property. Option
given to pay all or part at any interest-paying date.
DATES THE LOWEST NO DELAY COME AND SEE US
Office in rear of the First ^National Bank
And it i
on the terrible
navigation to the hot
thJs great state and ex-te
ou^ arguments il l M
write, and tin !• h A"
er there di<l app« it" 1
♦ he ears of an oili. til •
petitivo railroad s^tem
■words of dulcet w sdoi
clhle lr #ir.
By the old toV
pends upon whos
Johnso i alarm V
timely, and thou
the Johnson virus. Okl
ereine visions of met mi;
netftilnff upnn the hank
gable Arka > at one
Office of Chief Quarter!
partitiont of Texas, San Al
remove Superfluous Hair b)
trolysis, Moles. Blemishes of
Skin Treat Scalp Diseases,
Electrical Treatment. Hvdro
I.l ( il.l. MILLKH.
Ill ' . S. Bickford
Restore Gray 11
\'acu and Facial M
HI 1.1. Will 1).
I addt <
New Ankle Strap Pumps
Just the thirty for you >oung graduates
lil Reno's Largest Slioc Stor^
Re x aj
"93" Hair Ionic
Guaranteed to Cure
Dantlruff. 50c and
$1 .OO Bottles. Sold
Miller - Jones
II2 S. RocR Island, Phone 69
These Prices are Good for a Few Days Only
Kill aeres, one mile from I'liion < ily; impn v«-il; Mnne of the
Ih'sI of soil. :i.~> aerev oat>; (iO anes lorn. With erop, ina-
chinery, «*.attle and hogs #8000.00
\ fine, improved farm, 10 miles southeast of I I Heno; g*mhI
oi« haul; «." a< res wheat, to acres oats and lO of torn. Owner
disahliHl, n'ason for Helling, fan In- thought, at present, with
m,p , . . . $8000.00
COME /IT ONCE
J. L. HLWLAIKH
110 MM. Russell
U P TO DATE CO.
We Give Away
Absolutely) Free of Cost x
TV People'* Common S n r Medical Ad i«cr, in I'lein
EnHli.h, or Medicine Simplihcd, b> K. \ . I icrce, M II.,
Chiel Coneultini Hhy.icUn lo U>- Invalid. Hotel .md s,„.
jjii i! InMiliile ul Bufftlo, 'I •*>< I < ' l®* l"" P*t**
iver 7011 illuiilrulionfe, in puper cuvern, I" any one lending 21 one-cent
fetemnt to co\cr con! of mallinc ««b. 1 ™"ch 1 "'ndin« lor H Kljmp..
Over AHU 00(1 topic of lion complete 1 lily DtuU r Hook were ►old in clollt
hindini at reiulur price of $1.50. Altcrwerds one and u half million copic*
were fivco away o« above. A new, up-to-date revised edition is now ready
lor mailing. Better send NOW . before all are Hunt. Address «•'«"> skills-
riNtAiv Mbdical Auoisation, K. \. I'iercc, M. U.. I resident, liuffalo, N. ^ .
DR. PIKRCH'H I'AVOHITB PR1C81''RIPTION
THK ONK KKMKDY Inr snmoil's peeuliiir ailment* good enough
that it. makers ere not afrnid to print on ita outside wrapper ita
err ry b|r«dient. No Kfi rrtn-No !>eo«pti"0.
THE ONK RKMKDY lor woman arbieh contain, no alcohol and
H ha bit-forming dru«s. Mada from native mcdisuval lor.at loot*
wt wwM aatebllahad wirathi trim.
A Well Known F act
Thai ii.i skin whether from
internal .t . xtorual oriw-m, . an long
withstand the two powerful Kt rtniCRlea,
zi MO *11,1 ZKMOTONK, thr.v
the treruitt that i-huso tin'
alwuyHCiire. Writelorsumple. '
Med. Co , St. Louis. All Druggiste sell it.
Kor ba>1# MeacUam s Drug >>toie
Storkheld^ rs Meeting of the Okhiho
ma and < anarttan llivei lUiilway
Beautify u* Complexion
IN TEN DAYS.
Nad i noia
CRFAM. th. un-
equal*! b««utiner it
eaJortevl by th>ia**ndi
ft u il guars nteaJ t«|
remove freckles, j
to p I c s . li <r-epot« '
taa. sftliou ncsft. etc~ i
worst case in days, and restors j
tlie beauty of youth Price 50 ccote and j
$1 00. by leading drutfgista or mail.
• NATIONAL TOILET CO.. ParU. Ta.
I 'or Ail« by all DrnpKlats
Farm loan* mane witnoo* fleiay on
food terms tnd at lowest rate. Al-
ways have ?*eant and Improved City
pnn*>rty for sale Alao farms for
oa e When you wsnt to sell, list
your property with me If you want
ta buy come and see me. and let me
show; my lUrt U too Ur^e to «dTer-
let day of June. 1900, at the hourly^
ladian Klvi i
be held at ti
|Mt>d avenue in the cky of K1 Ken
Omiadian tonnty. Oklahoma, on ti
of 10 o'o. -ok a. m for the purpose
• of elect inn dlroctors of said corpor-
C U IWjAKH. Becrv<ary.
If you need yeur oity property in-
jured. se« men Call Phone 1! 0 Ik -
Office ML Woo4nb m., M Reno, OkU.
The Mower for Every Class of MMork
Will last longer and do more work with less labor than any machine in existent e
For tin ty years unrivalled for service, strength and light running. Equipped
with t^ain of gears.
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