El Reno Weekly Globe. (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, August 14, 1903 Page: 1 of 2
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Official county paper.
Read by more people than any of its competitor^.
J. M. TADLOCK, Editor A Publisher.
EL RENO, CANADIAN COUNTY, OKLAHOMA AUGUST 14, 1903.
VOL. X,*NO. 23.
THE WOMAN OF TASTE
Is very particular about the
Style, Quality and Fit of h*r
That's the reason they buy
John Sexton is here from Sturgeon
Mo., prospecting and visiting.
Uncle "Peek" Stafford is in town
today, from .his farm seven miles
SI 50, E 00
assigned to ft.
Sheriff John Ozmun has gone to
Guthrie to help identify the two
dead robbers, the Martin brothers,
ho were killed near Pawhuska.
B. W. Riley, proprietor of the Ker-
foot hotel, is transacting busines in
Oklahoma City today.
Mrs. Kva Johnson of Oklahoma
City, is visiting at J. A. Dtnharn s in
the Morrison addition.
AND GOFF. Lieutenant Colonel Mans, Twenty
Second infantry, who has for years
been on the staff of Lieutenant Gene-
ral Miles, has been assigned to
duty at Fort Reno. He will relieve
Lieutenant)Colonel Yeatman. recent-
ly promoted from the rank of major.
Colonel Mans left Washington yester-
day and is expected at Ft Reno Fri-
day. Mrs. Mans will join her hus-
band on or about October 1st.
Are Doing Lot of Tall Hustling to Se
cure the Means for a Rlght-of Way
Through the City of El Ren^.
Two of El Reno's Popular Young People
j Marr.ed"Mr. Julius Timmerman and
Miss leona Brown.
Wm. Wainscott came in from his
farm near Hobart and will spend a
month with home folks.
Hans Paulsen is preparing to erect
a two-story building on the lot occu-
pied by his Rock Island Saloon.
C. J. Stipp and family of Centralia
Mo., are in the city visiting relativt*
i and looking at the belt country on
H. R. Canon & Co.,
"Shocrs of the People'
Corner Rock Island and Rusiell.
Clyde Talbott, who is now employ-
ed as baggage master of the Frisco
at Oklahoma City, visited home folks
Mrs. Nannie Dozier, of Sturgeon
Mo., is visiting the family of James
Hutchins, and while here will buy
, I some El Reno Property.
Sft the new wall paper at the\
A'ovelty Store, before buying. j Mr# Mftttle Edmunds, who has
I been visiting at the home of James
Mis. JosphineCoffln of Oklahoma j Hutchins, on Miles avenue, departed
City attended the Timmerman-1 y„Mer(tBy for J,er home at Weather-
— (ford Texas.
S. G. Humphrey and Milly Goff
are out this week collecting money
to buy the right-of-way through the
city for the St. Louis, El Reno and
Western. Roth gentlemen say the
money must be secured this week as
the work of grading is about to com-
mence. They must have It all by-
next Saturday night.
Mr. Humphrey says, "There is one
thing I am happy to say and that is
all of those who have subscribed do
not kick when asked to pay up,they
do it without a murmur. Those who
did not have the money made a date
for us to call again for we want to
gather ill every dollar by next Satur
day night. We have now on hand
about 13,500 which will he used ii
buying up land. I ain sure that be
fare the middle of November, there
will be varnished coaches gliding
along the rails between El Reno and
M. I). Carson, cattleman and
armrr near Minco I. T. was a TiB't"
or in the city the fore part of the
Miss Clara Brown, who was here
attending her sister's wedding return-
ed to'her home in Enid this &fter"
The Rock Island Park is the resor
to which all the folks are flocking to
now. C. O. Blake says he will be sat-
isfied if they leave him a few trees
The big Territorial dailies ar
sending out the following refreshing
piece of news. Sheriff John to the
best of our knowledge and belief It
at home in El Reno. The Guthrie
"Sheriff Onnun, yf Canadian
county and four deputies, are armed
with Krag-Jorgensen rifle* are in
pursuit of the outlaws who murdered
Marshal Cross of Geary. The gao^
was seen lately on Turkey creek near
Dover. The commandant at Fort
Reno supplied Oztnun with 000
rounds of ammunition."
Miss Ida Rudd, whe has been
visiting her parent* at Mountain
Grove Mo. returned to the city yes-
Arizona does not want to hitch up
with New Mexico in the statehood
team. She says he would rather be
a territory forever thai, to mix up
with u lot of greasers.
Mr. Jacob Sohn will give a lawn
social at his cosey home on North
Bock Island avenue some evening in
Mrs. Charles E. Perry and sisterly th(, (lark of the tno„n. Jake has a
MiasHattie Cassity are at Ashland j )ot of Japanese lanterns he wants to
Kansas, called there by sickness in Lhow ofl
had a jolly time.
get a move on boys.
Judge Phelps said this mornin
that the business in his court was not
as brisk as it might be. He knows
of several young fellows who are liv-
ing in single blessedness and if they
do not call on him pretty soon tor a
document that will entitle them to
take a wife, he will be under the
painful necessity of giving their
names to the otlicial paper for publi-
Washington, August 11 —The re-
mains of the late Brigadier General
A. E. Woodson, U. 8. A., who died
at Paola, Kansas, reached here
todav and were interred in the
Arlington National Cemetery. The
body was escorted from the railway
station by several troops of the Sec-
NO ROOM FOR THEM AT HOBART.^
THE latest about fort reno
The latest report about Fort Reno
and it comes from pretty good author-
ity is that it will be made a cavalry
post, and that as soon as the present
infantry contingent leaves, the post
proper will be extended, and that
Ktallies and barracks for at least ten
troops of cavalry will be erected.
The Fort Reno military reservation
is a large one and It is suitable for
garrisoning a large body of cavalry.
The water problem was the only
drawback, but that we understand
waft been solved.
Lawton,of the Arapahoe Bee,is not
very friendly towards the gamblers,
Ill-tamed houses caused the fire
at Hobart. The citizens there have
not only made a final disposition of
these places but will not permit a
professional gambler to live in the
city. A gambler is allowed no quar-
ter and it is unsafe for him to at-
tempt to live there. 'The best kind
of gambling is not to gamble .
Mr. Julius Timmerman and Miss
Leona Brown, two well known and
very popular young people were
married at the North Methodist
church by Rev. W. C. Swan, last
Mrs. Geo. F. Wattsoii presided at
the organ and played the wedding
march in an artistic manner.
The bride is the daughter of Cap-
tain I-. S. Brown, local editor of the
Democrat, and is a young woman re-
spected and loved by all who know
her for her womanly graces and
The groom is a very popular young
man and is assistant cashier of the
First National bank. He is a young
man of sterling integrity and is
bound, with the assistance of his
help mate, to make for himself
mark second to none in Oklahoma.
A large number of friends were at
the church to see the marriage and
at the close of the ceremonies pre-
sented the happy pair with a num-
ber of costly and useful articles that
will come in handy when they get
settled down. Attorney General Roberts has ren-
At 9:565 Mr. and Mrs. Timmerman dared an opinion on the question ol
took the east bound Choctaw train when taxes become due, semewhat
for Oklahoma City and Guthrie: at variance with an opinion lately
where they will spend a short time credited to that office. The law is de-
visiting wit* friend*. fective, any law is that requires
Mr. and Mrs. Tiinmermaii will he]inuch construing by attorneys.
The remains of the two outlaws,
Bill and Sam Martin who were kill-*
ed in the , ght near Pawhuska are on
exhibition in Guthrie. Hundreds
have seen the remains and more
fine blue stem grass.
Joe Meibergen, one of the World'*
Fair commissioners, has a bunch of
blue stem grass nine aud a half feel
tall that, was raised on the farm of R.
H. Sterling near Enid.
jake ought to know.
Mr. and Mrs. tunmermaii win i^imucn -j
at home, in their neat cottage, to. judge Roberts favors a construction
.* ... #—1 .1 .. ft..F Uu..tj.(it)iar _l.-t rnnl OH lltlf- half of all the UkXe*
tlieir many friends after Septemlier
Major Simpson says the picnic at
Rock Island Park, (C. O. ;Blake's
farm) was a thing of immense mag-
nitude. There was feasting galore
and the fun the party did not have
ie not worth mentioning. The party
returned last evening and the only re-
gret they had was that the jollifica-
tion could not hold out a n eek.
salt fork blown away.
Salt Fork, a *mall town south east
f Pond Creek was blown away by a
yclone yesterday One man is re-
ported killed and several injured. A
message from Blackwell confirm* the
report of the cyclone hut says that
no one wa* killed and but one man
injured, a section boss on the Frisco.
j. W. Holcomb of Matthewsen,
who combines farming with teaching
school, is in the city to attend the
The Catholic congregation at Cain
met will give a social Thursday night
at the home of Thomas Bash, one
iaile west of that town,
C. L. Proctor, of Covington, Tenn.,
was a visitor in the city a few days
this week, he is looking for a suitable
home and thinks that when he re-
turns he will abide in or near Li
Reno. He left for his old home to-
Newell is in Anadarko on
Judge Kirkpatrick inspector of oils
and gas for this county say* that the
dealers are keeping close to the let
ter of the law. He has a few com-
The Hinton Record in its write up
of tne big celebration recently held
it that city has the following to say
of our fellow townsman, Hon. l>ick
T. Morgan's speech.
"Mr. Morgan sustained hi* reputa-
tion as an excellent speaker, and
held the crowd interested throughout
I hi* speech. He closed with a poem
on Oklahoma that made a decisive
A number of millers from differ-
ent parts of the territory were in the
citv last night, A short coi.fercnce
was held relating to prices for grain
and other business of the Millers'
Association. Among those present
were L. J. Miller, S. R. Overton, J.
H. Shaw, prominent mill men of
Hennessey and C. T. Prouty of
A. r . fewell ' ■" — j ter ol tne law- ■
business connected with the property |piajntg relative to ga* but none
left by'the late Thomas Pinkerton I bQUt oj, Everything he has struck
< «r which he is administrator. I g0 far 00mes up to the test.
The Ladies of the Macabeea will
have a special meeting of the order
at Red Men's hall on August 18th.
This morning's Oklahaman eon-
tains the following:
Washington, Aug. 11—The hurri-
cane which yesterday passed over
San Domingo and Martinique proba
bly is approaching the South Cuban
ceast, with Indications of recurving
but at what angle the weather bureau
officials are unable to state. A re
port from Havana at 7 o'clock to
night said that the wind wae *till
blowing thirty-six inile*an hour and
was going northwest.
The hurricane probably will
continue In its course northward
somewhere close to the Faraday peni-
insular. Hurricane warnings have
which make* one-half of all the Uxe*
due December IB, and where no pay-
ments are made, all are delinquent
after the third Monday in January,
next following the assessment*.
Where one-half has been paid
prior to that date, the second half
becomes due and payable on the 15th
of June following. This rule ha*
been followed in this and most other
counties, hut some treasuerers adopt
a different view. One other defect
In the law, he makes uo reference to.
That has reference to collecting the
second half of personal taxes by dis-
traint, should they become delinquent
some time after July 15th. The cus-
tom has beenjto proceed in the same
manlier as is done in personal delin-
quents of March 1st, but it require*
a stretch of the Imagination.
Tue New and Second Hand Store
11J North Bickford is the place to buy
your second hand good* at a bargain.
at Kert Men s nan « insular, iiurninut-
Every member is invited to be pre*- been gent to p,tnts from Port Eads
ent as business of the utmost iin-l ... „..i« n,« Klnr
Miss Clara Rhodes iB very sick A discharged employe of the pen
with tonselitas. Her condition is notLJon offlcP „t Washington
.. .1 I. manv f I 2 !..n <.w rvoncioilti
dangerous and her many friends
hope that she will soon be well again
Eugene Schaeffer, who lives
thirteen miles east of town, is here
| today. Mr. Schaeffer says that the
surveyors of the St Louis El Reno
jand Southwestern railroad are sur-
veying a line from this city to Hin-
ton, which passes his place directly
' west of the compress. Another sur-
commissioner of pensions Eugene F.
Ware' has a coachman, colored, and | Wesi oi m<r
that his name appears on the pension I Vey completed a few days ago, passes
The Stevens Scott Grain Co. pay I office pay roll. Eugene is also j the Heaston postofflce five or six
the highest market price for wheat, charged with being a very active | mile-south of tins route.
and all kinds of grain. North of the
El Reno Wholesale Grocery.
W. T. Beeks has received a number
of letters from people who have an
assortment of amusements they want
to produce during the carnival.
John Clark, who is employed at
the American office, was injured this
afternoon by getting his hand caught
iu the job press and crushing it
severely. No bones are broken but
his hand was badly squeezed.
Some of our exchanges remark
that they are getting daily showers
of rain and with fiendish glee gloat
over the misfortune of the poor
fellows that are not getting any. If it
could be arranged in some way we
would like toputin a requisition for at
least two nice gentle showers a
portance will be transacted. Please
don't forget the date Thursday eve-
ning, August 13th.
Condemnation proceedings com-
menced this morning on Jands this
side of the river along the line of tho
St. Louis El Reno and Western.
Pay up yeur subscriptions. They
must be in by Saturday night.
on the gulf coast around the Florida
coast up as far as Jupiter. The storm
was central this morning at Kinston
FOR SALE—A No. 2 Crater pop
corn and peanut roaster. Call at
514 South Foster ave. or address box
«8, fcl Reno, O. T'
Pay yuur Ii. R subscription to
S. U- Humphreys-
When you read of prominent men
taking a pas-se-ah in the mountains,
don't go to telling it around until
you first prospect the rear end of
Billy Robare's billiard hall. The
chances are you will find them there
engaged in a quiet game of cinch.
Our collector will call on you '
ito collect for the Daily Globe, which | broken brid
The little bay mare belonging to
Heckes, the butter aud egg man got
scared at the breaking of the m iddle
this morning and ran a short distance
and then stopped. A broken wheel
and a few scars is tin
The Daily Oklahoman mention
the fact that "Miss Work was dress-
ed in a dark blue shirt-waiste, whieh
with a hat to match, was her travel-
ing costume." With no desire to
cast any aspersion upon the swell
I society folks of Oklahoma City, or
I their method of dress during the
warm weather, we can not refrain
! from expressing the opinion that
! among us old fashioned people up
S here at, Blackwell, the appearance
of a lady in public clad in nothing
but a shirt waisteand a hat to match
would create something of
sation.— Bon Nkkk.
While going out fishing yesterday
John Gerrer and Hickman and Hoke
the music men struck a snag in the
shape of John Jackson and his son,
who were returning from the river on
bysicles. The team Hickman was
driving ran away upset the wagon
into tne ditch and spilled out all of
the bait. Nobody was hurt.
The cinch players struck a snag
yesterday in the person of C. O.
Blake. The three were not in it a
little bit. They were swamped and
utterly anihllatedby a lawyer, .lake
„ being delivered to you. She will
be on Rock Island and Bickford
Avenues every Saturday, so please
have your dime ready.
Lightning killed a calf at Black
uiien.v uiiimi"" w,; .■ —o
Sohn says It is hard to down a cor- well Sunduy afternoon.
poration like the Bock Island road,
he has had his fill and if the other
fellows want more of it they can
have it, he b through monkeying
with railp >ad attorneys.
says; "The deadly shaft is no re-
specter of persons. It falls on man
and lower animals alike."
Eat Gerrer's ice cream *nd grow
hearty and fat.
amount of damage done
A gentlemen call
this morning and a
give the exact date
nival was to be
friends in Kansas
ed at this
sked if we i
on which t In
M. 11. Hendelbuch, the pro
and enterprising proprietor
Globe store, lias something ti
TOl- the Globe readers in this issu
said aud profit by it. Mr. Sendelbach al
him ways lives up to his advertlsei
He has the goods and tli
(Jive him a call.
concerning the matter. We pleaded | prices.
guilty to not knowing. Who does? prices.
t M Holt and E. R. Kerby. land Ed LeVan and Major GuteTlus ar«
office*officials at Lawton are visiting' attending a sale at Honan Ressell -
I with Colonel Sickles and Rom Reid. near Liberty.
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